Arsenal have been drawn away to Reading who beat us recently during the group stage and will be looking for revenge against new manager Joe Montemurro.
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It will be a tough away game as Reading are a team that improved greatly during the Spring Series and have started strongly in the League, losing only one game from five so far.
The other semi-final will see the top two English teams fight each other with both games to be played on the weekend of the 13/14 of January 2018.
The Final is set to take place on the weekend of 10/11 March 2018.
Regarding the ground chosen for the final, we have no idea if the FA will chose a neutral venue or give it to one of the finalists like they did last time round.
Although the competition rules state that the game is supposed to be played on a neutral ground, the FA decided to give it to Manchester City in a very unfair twist, stitching Birmingham City up.