Oxford United Women travel to London Bees on Sunday 22nd October in the FAWNL Southern Premier Division.
Kick off is at 2PM at the Hive Stadium, HA8 6AG.
The U’s go into the game off the back of two wins having had a blank weekend last week.
Confidence is high following an excellent display and 2-1 win over Ipswich Town Women a fortnight ago, backed up by a ground out 1-0 away victory at Cheltenham Town last Thursday.
London Bees currently sit bottom of the division with one point in eight games, having scored three and conceded 27. The U’s sit sixth on 13 points with four wins, one draw and three losses.
Last year the U’s put five past the Bees at the Hive on a Tuesday evening fixture.
Defender Shelly Provan spoke to us ahead of the game
“We're in a good spell at the moment. I think we've got some positive momentum going into the game and it's just been really positive. The last two games we’ve found our form, we’ve found relationships on the pitch and confidence is high.
“I think that confidence comes from winning in different ways. I think we've had to fight for the last game at Cheltenham for sure. The way the girls worked together with the different ages that we have, the youngsters we have in the group, we showed a real mature performance.
“I think that's a huge difference to the way maybe we were finishing games at the start of the season, so we can take huge confidence from that as well.
Shelly is a third way through her 26th season playing Women’s football
“I still love playing and I think being at a club like this is encouraging me to play as long as I can. As long as I'm still enjoying it, I'm enjoying the group that I'm in, the staff that I'm around and the club that I'm at then there's no reason why I can't keep playing, so I’ll see how long I can go for!
“London Bees have made huge strides since last season and that's something we need to be aware of. They've got threats going forward and that's something we'll plan for but I think one of the huge differences in us is that we've been concentrating on ourselves more than the opposition in the last couple of games.
“I think going into that game, we've got to focus on our strengths and how we can get a result from the game.