GEORGIA Stanway and her Manchester City team-mates have a Wembley date to look forward to after edging out Chelsea 1-0 in yesterday's Women's FA Cup semi-finals.

Barrow-born forward Stanway was named in the starting line-up for the clash at the Manchester Regional Arena, which saw City up against one of their main FA Women's Super League rivals.

It proved to be a cagey, close-fought affair, although it was Chelsea who had the better chances to break the deadlock, with Fran Kirkby and Erin Cuthbert hitting the crossbar and the post respectively with efforts during the final 15 minutes.

But with the seconds ticking away and extra time looming, an own goal from Magdalena Eriksson after she diverted a cross past Chelsea's goalkeeper while trying to make a clearance settled the contest in City's favour.

That meant City went through to the final and kept them on course for a domestic treble, having already lifted the Continental Cup this year following a penalty shootout win over FA WSL leaders Arsenal.

They will face West Ham United in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday, May 4 after the Hammers overcame Reading 4-3 on penalties earlier in the day.

That tie had finished 1-1 after extra time. Rachel Furness headed Reading into the lead during normal time, but Alisha Lehmann prodded home the equaliser for West Ham.