Motherwell return to SWPL1 action again on Sunday with the visit of Stirling University to Ravenscraig.
After two weeks on Scottish Cup business, recording consecutive wins, a chance to consolidate a league position is the task this weekend. Kick off is at 2.30pm.
Tale of the tape
Motherwell progressed in the Scottish Cup in their last outing two weeks ago, defeating Inverness CT 5-0.
Having recorded a 2-0 win over Partick Thistle and a 0-0 draw with Spartans previous, Donald Jennow’s side have not conceded in three.
Stirling University are currently bottom of SWPL1 with two points and are 10 behind Motherwell.
A win for the hosts could open a 13-point gap with eight games to play, and also put pressure on Spartans and Rangers in fourth and fifth respectively.
For the visitors, a win could at least put them level with second bottom Forfar Farmington.
Their two points so far this season came against Forfar, having lost their other 12. Stirling University have also not scored in their last six games, drawing one and losing five.
Head to head
Motherwell have won both encounters against Stirling University so far this season.
The campaign opener at Fir Park saw the women of steel win 1-0, before a 4-1 away win in April.
Manager want league focus
Donald Jennow’s team have a Scottish Cup quarter-final with Queen’s Park on the horizon, but the head coach says the opportunity in Sunday’s match to consolidate a league position is the absolute priority.
“We’ve a chance to extend the gap at the bottom and put pressure on the teams above us,” he said.
“It’s a very important game to set us up for the run-in to our first season in the top flight.”
Watch the match
Ravenscraig’s indoor facility is the venue for Sunday’s match, which kicks off at 2.30pm.