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City Women Keen To Right Wrongs From Everton Game

Bristol City Women will be looking to secure a much needed win when they face Watford Ladies on Saturday, September 10th (KO 6pm).

The Vixens went down 0-1 to Everton at the Stoke Gifford Stadium in their last game after numerous chances on goal for the home side. 

"We were really dissappointed after the Everton game, as we feel we had a lot more to offer," said Bristol City Women's Flo Allen. 
"We haven’t scored as many goals as we would have liked in the last few matches so we have just been working on getting the ball in the attacking third this week.
"It will be great to get back out there on Saturday and hopefully secure the win."
City Women currently sit second in the WSL2 league table just behind local rivals Yeovil with just four games remaining. 

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