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Posted: Thursday, July 21st 2016
Friday, July 22nd 2016
Bristol City Women midfielder Jodie Brett is back in the squad after missing last week’s game through injury.
The Vixens look to protect their unbeaten home league record this Saturday, July 23rd (KO 6pm) as they take on London Bees in the WSL2.
A draw last week against Durham has left City Women feeling frustrated as they remain in second place in the league, behind local rivals Yeovil.
“It was really disappointing to miss last week’s game but its been brilliant to be back in training with the team,” Brett said.
“London Bees are coming to us after a heavy defeat but they had a great result against Chelsea in the cup so they will have confidence.
“It’s still all to play for a lot of the teams in the league and last time we played them it took us a while to break their defence down.
“They are a hard team to beat."
The Vixens have been making full use of the Failand Training Base whilst the men’s team are away in La Manga to prepare for the game on Saturday.
“Its been amazing training at Failand this week, especially in the sunshine. It has created a real buzz around the squad.
“Off the back of the last few results we have been working on our final third play as we seem to have the ball a lot but don't score enough.
“Hopefully we can transfer this into the game on Saturday.”
Tickets for tomorrow’s game (6pm kick-off) are available online here or in cash on the gate.
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