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Women’s Scottish Cup: What to watch for in semi-finals



With a combined 294 goals scored across domestic competitions this season, it’s fair to say Rangers and Celtic’s shooting boots are well worn in.

When Jo Potter was announced as Rangers head coach, there was an expectation the former England international would lure some of her compatriots north of the border.

Her second signing, Rio Hardy – who she previously worked with at Coventry United – has been among the best of the bunch. And there has been a few.

With 28 goals to her name – two against Celtic – and a place in the PFA Scotland team of the year, she has quickly found her feet in the Scottish game.

As has 17-year-old Mia McAulay. While the academy graduate was not a new signing, she has been one of the many triumphs from Potter’s first season in charge.

Despite her young age, she is made for the big occasions. With a crucial goal already against their rivals – to earn a 1-1 at Ibrox – and a stunning strike in the League Cup final Rangers won, there is little chance the national stadium will spook her.

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