Leicester City Women Football Club

Preview: Tottenham vs LCWFC

Leicester City Women return to league action tonight as they travel to league leaders Tottenham Hotspur looking to return to winning ways following back-to-back defeats.

  • Leicester City Women travel to Tottenham Hotspur Ladies to take on the FA Women’s Championship Leaders at Cheshunt FC
  • The Foxes suffered a 3-0 defeat against Karen Hills’ side when they visited Farley Way Stadium in September
  • Tottenham hold a five point lead over second placed Manchester United

Jonathan Morgan’s side visit the capital tonight as they travel to championship leaders Tottenham Hotspur looking to bounce back from two defeats last week.

The Foxes suffered defeats at Farley Way Stadium to Crystal Palace and Manchester United but will be looking for a positive performance in only their second away game of the year.

When, Where and Tickets

Tickets for the Foxes’ clash against Tottenham Hotspur are available on the gate tonight priced at £7 for Adults and £4 for Concessions (Under 18s and Senior Citizens).

Address:
Cheshunt FC
The Stadium
Theobalds Lane
Cheshunt
Hertfordshire
EN8 8RU

Head-to-Head

Leicester City Women and Tottenham Hotspur have only met once in competitive football, with tonight’s hosts running out 3-0 win at Farley Way Stadium back in September.

Last Time Out

City:
Leicester City Women suffered defeat last time out in front of a record crowd at Farley Way Stadium. The Foxes were beaten by Casey Stoney’s Manchester United side who picked up a vital three points with a 7-0 victory.

Tottenham Hotspur:
Karen Hills’ side also suffered defeat against a Manchester side, facing Nick Cushing’s City side in the Fifth Round of the SSE Women’s FA Cup. Tottenham also played in front of a record crowd and put up a good fight before eventually succumbing to a 3-0 defeat.

Key Stats

  • The Foxes are looking to end a run of three straight defeats in all competitions.
  • Tottenham Hotspur are unbeaten in their last five league matches following a 6-1 defeat to Durham.
  • Spurs’ striker Rianna Dean is currently the league’s leading scorer with 14 goals in 13 games.