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Video: Bristol Academy Manager Says The Vixens Need To Focus On Themselves

 

Willie Kirk is still confident Bristol Academy can get the results they need over next two home games. #StandByTheVixens

Bristol Academy play their must win game against Birmingham City Ladies  onSaturday, September 5th to avoid relegation from the FA Women’s Super League. Birmingham sit two points ahead of the Vixens, who are bottom of the league. 

Vixen's manager, Willie Kirk said: "If we win it puts us in a really good position for the next two games. Birmingham have more pressure on them so we will use that to our advantage."

Before that though they play Birmingham City Ladies at home tomorrow in the FA WSL Continental Tyres Cup.

Kirk added: "Over the years Bristol have become known for having great home support and we really need to see that over these next two games."

Bristol Academy Women previously drew against Birmingham away back in April but they will be hoping to go one better over the next two games. 

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