Everton Women face Aston Villa at Walton Hall Park

After the international break Brain Sorensen will be hoping his side will pick up all three points.

Despite, not having number one goalkeeper Emily Ramsey who left England international duty due to an injury and Sara Holmgaard who is also injured.

Both teams lost the last game they played before the international break and sit next to each other in the table.

Villa sit higher in fifth place with only one point seperating the two teams.

Carla Ward Aston Villa manager: “They’re a good footballing side. What you’ll see this weekend is a good game of football. Both teams want to play and look after the ball. Credit to Everton, they’ve had a really good season.

We’ve shown an awful lot of character all season. Last week we needed that more than ever. We’ve been a team that have played free-flowing football, we want to continue in that way.”

The game kicks off on Sunday 5th March at 13:00 at Walton Hall Park