FA WSL 2 SPRING SERIES
Saturday 4th March
London Bees v Oxford United (Barnet FC, 2pm)
Sunday 5th March
Aston Villa v Millwall Lionesses (Tamworth FC, 2pm)
Durham v Sheffield FC (Durham City FC, 12:00)
London Bees are top of the table with four points from two games and play an Oxford side who got off the mark last Sunday with a 1-1 tie at Brighton. The Bees had to come from two goals down before winning 3-2 at Watford. Their 2016 fixtures resulted in a 4-2 home win for United but a 3-1 away loss.
Midfielder Tricia Gould has signed for London Bees and made her 1st team debut last week. She previously played for Florida Sol, Watford, University of West Florida and Arsenal Reserves.
Durham and Sheffield FC clash with at least on 100% record set to end, as both have won their only games to date. The Wildcats were 1-0 winners at home to Millwall, while the Sheffield FC held on to win 2-1 away to the Lionesses last weekend. Durham won both league games 1-0 last year but lost 3-1 away in the Conti Cup.
Millwall go to Aston Villa looking to register their first points, the Villains are in second spot having had a narrow 3-2 victory over Watford. Their league meetings last term saw Villa win at home and draw away to the Lionesses.