Motherwell take on Queen’s Park in the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup on Sunday afternoon.
Donald Jennow’s side welcome the SWFL1 team to Dalziel Park in the quarter-final of the competition.
MANAGER CALLS FOR FOCUS
The head coach wants his side to target another final after the side were runners up last year.
“It’s a great opportunity to reach the prestigious end of the competition, which is where we want to be. Our full focus is on Sunday however.
“I don’t think you get to quarter-finals of any cup and get an easy game. Queen’s Park have had to go through numerous rounds to get to the last eight and they will come with their threats and dangers we have to deal with.”
THE LEAGUE ISN’T OVER YET
Donald Jennow was delighted with the team’s performance last time out but made clear safety has not yet been reached.
The women of steel consolidated their place in mid-table with an important 2-1 victory over Stirling University. Chelsea McEachran’s strike and a Kerry Montgomery penalty secured three points.
“It was a really crucial win, from the start of the season we knew the games against Forfar Farmington and Stirling University would be important and as the league has levelled out that has become clear.
“It was a big step, but we are not safe yet. Forfar (Farmington) on Friday will be another game we want to take three points from. We are looking up the table, rather than down.”
INJURIES AND SUSPENSIONS
Donald Jennow’s squad have a clean bill of health with no injury doubts.
WATCH THE MATCH
Dalziel Park is the venue for Sunday’s game, which kicks off at 2pm.