Oxford United Women face Ipswich Town Women at home in the FAWNL Southern Premier Division on Sunday 8th October.
Kick off is at 2PM at Court Place Farm, OX3 0NQ. Tickets cost £7 for Adults, £3.50 for Concessions, £1 for U16s and FREE for U5s.
The U’s face the Tractor Girls for the first time since the two sides met on the final day of the 22/23 season, with both teams battling for the title.
Ipswich sit second in the division on 15 points, having won five and lost once and boast the League’s top scorer in Natasha Thomas who has scored 10 goals in six games so far this season in the League.
Shaun Green will take charge of the game from the United dugout as Interim Manager George Anthony steps away from the role for the time being.
Skipper Leah Burridge said
“It’ll definitely be tough - we've already had tough games this season, so we know exactly what is coming on Sunday and we are preparing in the best possible way.
“We’ve got that bounce back mentality, that positive attitude and that positive environment within us. Again, we've worked hard on Tuesday and Thursday and we’re ready to go into Sunday and be our best.
“For the five or six of us that were a part of that game at the end of last season, that frustration is still there, I think, for a lot of us. It's definitely a bit of additional motivation for Sunday and again we want to prove a point of what we're actually all about as well.
“We love being at home, especially when we've got the fans and our support behind us. It's just all about being positive, focusing on what we can do as a team on Sunday and focusing on us and how we can be the best version of ourselves.
“I think it's just about believing in ourselves. We've had a couple of knock backs over the last couple of weeks, but we've also had positive games, so it is building on the positives and building that momentum and believing in one another and we can really go out and do that on Sunday.