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27 April 2022 Venue Snows Stadium Attendance

Kick off 14:00 (UK)

Southampton FC Women
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Oxford United
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PREVIEW: Women Take On The Saints

Oxford United Women travel to Southampton

27 April 2022

Oxford United Women travel to Southampton tonight looking to finish the season strongly against the League Champions.

The Saints have marches to the title in the National League South season and will be looking to celebrate winning the league, but as Manager Liam Gilbert told us, United have their own agenda:

“Southampton are a very good side, we know that, but we aren’t going there to applaud what they have achieved, we are going there to try and win a game of football. We have been playing well ourselves and after a good win at Ipswich we now have a chance of finishing second in the league; that would be a massive achievement given the resources that other clubs in our league have available.

“We know we have to win both of our games to do that and we have a tough week- Ipswich, Southampton and Gillingham in a week, all away, but every time we have had challenges this season they have brought the best out of the girls and I hope tonight does the same.”

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Match Reports

REPORT Women Draw at the Saints

Williams goal seals late draw for the U's

28 April 2022

Oxford United Women scored a last gasp equaliser at Southampton last night to draw 3-3 at the league champions.

Cheryl Williams’ 95th minute free kick screamed into the net to level things at the end of a dramatic 90 minutes.

The Saints took the lead from a corner after 15 minutes but United hit back to level through a Beth Lumsden penalty and then go 2-1 ahead at the break when Merrick Will strode through the defence to put United ahead.

They held the lead until the 75th minute but then two goals in five minutes put the home side 3-2 up before Williams’ leveller with almost the last kick of the match.

“It was an incredble game of football” Manager Liam Gilbert told us “and to have the character to keep going in those last few minutes and get something out of the game was a fantastic effort from our players.

“That’s twice this season we have pushed Southampton all the way and there has been very little to choose between the sides. I am so proud of the way we played and once again everyone has given it everything they have got.

“Now we get home, we recover and we give it one more big effort when we travel to Gillingham on Sunday.”

UNITED
Kite, Alexander, Baker (King), Casley, Haynes, Johns, Lumsden, Mackenzie (Wallace), McLachlan, Sims (Williams), Will

Subs: French, Gilmore,

 

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