Tough Test For Ladies

by Mark Rowan

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Everton Ladies face their toughest task of the season when they travel to London to face Women's FA Premier League Champions Fulham on Sunday afternoon.

The Blues are still hurting from last weekend's 4-0 mauling by Charlton Athletic, whilst the Cottager's are in buoyant mood after their successful exploits in Europe and a 3-0 win over Birmingham.

Manager Keith Marley should have striker Louise Worrall available after overcoming a slight knock and defender Jeanette Hill is also back in contention after picking up an ankle injury against Arsenal.

Chantel Woodhead will replace Nicki Harding at left back as Harding will be on holiday and Marley will have to decide whether to keep faith with 16-year old rookie centre forward Karen Boyle to partner Worrall or rely on the services of the more experienced Sarah Howden.

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