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    Man Utd Women learn 2022/23 Continental Tyres League Cup group-stage opponents

    Topping the group will secure a place in the last-eight phase of the tournament, alongside the winners of the other four groups, and current WSL champions Chelsea.

    The other two places in the quarter-finals will go to Arsenal and Manchester City automatically if they progress through the first two rounds of the Champions League.

    If those clubs do not proceed beyond the second round in Europe, they will enter the Continental Cup at the group stage and their previously reserved spot(s) in the last eight will instead be taken by the runner(s)-up with the most points.

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