FA WSL 2 matchday 7 preview

This is the final matchday before the mid-season Summer break and there are plenty of interesting games today sll over the country.

 

London Bees (6) v Durham Women (4)

The Bees have been steadily improving while Durham could go top of the table for a least a couple of hours with an away win. Durham beat the Bees in Cup and League games and are therefore favorite to win. The Bees are on a good run of form and will trouble them at Northwood FC today as the Hive pitch is being rebuilt right now.

Everton (1) v Millwall (7)

Everton are top of theLeague and looking to get promoted at the second time of asking. They played each other earlier in the season and drew 2-2. Millwall need at least a point to reignite their season and a win if they want to come back in the promotion race.

Oxford (8) v Watford (10)

Oxford are on a positive run while Watford are still winless, it should an interesting battle at Abingdon with a clash of style and plenty of goals expected.

Sheffield (9) v Bristol (3)

The promoted team are still looking for their first win in the division against a Bristol side that need points following their defeat to Yeovil in the derby. With such a tight promotion race, dropping points can be costly. The two teams met in Bristol on a rainy day and it was a tight physical encounter that ended with a 0-0 scoreline.

Yeovil Town (2) v Aston Villa (5)

A game with two team who can look at being promoted with Villa needing points to close the gap on the top 4. Yeovil could go top of the league again depending on the other sides results.

There will be a full month hiatus after today’s game and the  FA WSL 2 will come back on the 25th of June with Bristol v Oxford

 

 

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