There are two huge fixtures in the Women’s FA Cup semi-finals this weekend as Man City face West Ham while Arsenal and Chelsea meet once again.
West Ham boss Olli Harder will assess players returning from international duty but one confirmed absentee is Maisy Barker, who is out with a long-term injury.
Meanwhile, Alex Greenwood, Alanna Kennedy and Chloe Kelly are all making good progress from their injuries and could feature for Man City, but the game could come too soon for Vicky Losada.
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Flaherty: ‘Anything is possible’ for West Ham
West Ham captain Gilly Flaherty believes “anything is possible” with the backing of the club’s fans as her side prepare to face Manchester City in the semi-finals of the Women’s FA Cup.
The Hammers are aiming to reach the final of an FA Cup for the second time in their professional history, and it was City who beat them 3-0 in the final at Wembley in 2019.
Flaherty told the club website: “The fans are going to be crucial for us out there on Saturday.
“When you hear them in the stands singing for us, it really motivates you as an individual player, but it also does so much for you as a team.