Preview | Swansea City Ladies v Abergavenny Women

30th May
Ladies
Swansea City Ladies Ellie Lake

Swansea City Ladies welcome Abergavenny to Llandarcy today looking to secure a second-straight Welsh Premier Women's League title (2pm).

The Swans are coming into Sunday's fixture on a high after lifting the WPWL Cup in midweek against Cardiff City.

Anything other than a defeat today will see Swansea successfully defend their WPWL title.

Should the result go Swansea’s way they will win the WPWL for the fifth time in the club’s history.

Pre-match views

Colin Staples: “Abergavenny are a respected team and they definitely gave us a difficult game on their ground and we expect a stern test this Sunday.

“I believe every player and staff member will be fully focused on Sunday’s game, it’s a game which will define our season.

“Every club should start the season with the intent on giving their all to compete and strive to win the trophies on offer; very few get to achieve it.

“It would be a huge tribute to all players and staff if we were to achieve a victory on Sunday.”

Remember the last time?

Earlier on in the season Swansea overcame a stubborn defensive performance from Abergavenny to defeat them 2-0.

Chloe Chivers opened the scoring from a spot-kick after Mali Summers was penalised for handball.

Chivers then went on to secure the victory in the second-half with a thunderous strike from outside the box.

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