Ipswich Town Women have been drawn at home to Sutton Coldfield Town in the second round of the Women’s FA Cup.

The Royals play in the FA Women's National League Division One Midlands, which is a division below Town, and sitting seventh in their league after seven games.

They have played two games so far in the competition, scoring a total of 17 goals. They thrashed Chesterfield 8-0 at home before winning 9-0 away at Crusaders.

The Tractor Girls won 6-0 at fellow fourth-tier outfit Northampton Town yesterday to progress, easing past the same team that beat Sutton Coldfield 4-2 in the league earlier this season.

Joe Sheehan's side reached the fourth round of the competition last season, where they were narrowly beaten 1-0 at home by Championship side Lewes. 

The match, which will mark the first time that the two sides have played each other, is set to take place at the AGL Arena on Sunday 26th November.