The Gunners will play at home against Reading in the Conti Cup as they topped their group last week and will play a side they recently beat 3-0 in the League.
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The draw has been kind to the big teams as they all avoided each other with Chelsea and holders Manchester City the luckiest ones, drawing a Championship team each.
It will be a very good test for the two second tier teams as they vie for automatic promotion and one of them is likely to play in the FA WSL in 2020/21.
The last tie will see an all FA WSL duel with Manchester United favourites against Brighton as they beat them 4-0 in the League just a month ago.
The tie will be played midweek on 15/16 January, just days before the League title crunch game at home to Chelsea.
The semi-finals will also be played in January, while the final is set to be played on 29th February at a location not yet disclosed by the FA.