Preview | Swansea City Ladies v Abergavenny Women
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.
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.