Preview | Swansea City Women v Cardiff City Women

3rd March
Swans Women v Wrexham

Swansea City Women will look to book their place in a second cup final of the season when they face Cardiff City Women in the last four of the Bute Energy Welsh Cup this afternoon (2pm).

Both sides come into the game off the back of semi-final victories, with the Swans earning a 5-1 over TNS and Cardiff beating Aberystwyth 4-0 in the Genero Adran Trophy last weekend.

Swansea are unbeaten in 12 games in all competitions, and have drawn just one game in that time.

The Bluebirds, meanwhile, are looking to win the Welsh Cup for a third consecutive season, having seen off Cardiff Met and Briton Ferry Llansawel in the previous two finals.


Chris Church vs Wrexham

Swansea City Women’s interim head coach Chris Church: “I’m thoroughly looking forward to another semi-final, it’s another big chance to get into a final and an opportunity for silverware.

“The side are in great form in all competitions at the moment, and that’s testament to their work ethic on and off the pitch, so I want to make sure that form continues.

“The last time we played Cardiff, it was a fantastic performance from our point of view. I know Cardiff will want to make sure it was a one-off, but I know this team can definitely better that performance and are ready to go again.

“It’s the biggest test in our quest for silverware so far this season. The players are relishing the opportunity on Sunday, and I’m sure if continue to show our togetherness and spirit, the result will take care of itself.”


SDM Glass Stadium

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Hos vs Cardiff

The two sides last met in this season's final phase one league game, with the Swans earning a crucial three points over the leaders with a 2-0 victory.

The Swans dominated the opening 45 minutes and got their reward as a stunning long-range strike from Chloe Chivers broke the deadlock.

Katy Hosford would double Swansea's lead with 10 minutes remaining to end Cardiff's long run without defeat in the Welsh top-flight, which had stretched back over 35 games.