Women's preview | Wolves vs Forest

Fourth meets third at the New Bucks Head on Sunday afternoon as Wolves Women entertain Nottingham Forest.


The Old Gold come into the game having won five successive matches in the Northern Premier Division, consolidating their top four place in the league standings.

Victories over West Brom, Huddersfield, Stourbridge, Halifax and Fylde have seen Dan McNamara’s side put together an impressive run as the season comes to a close.

And on their way to five on the bounce, Wolves have scored a total of 20 goals, with striker Amber Hughes also netting eight in her last six.

Meanwhile, Forest, who sit a place above Wolves in third, haven’t tasted defeat in the league since November, when they were beaten at home by Newcastle.

The Reds have lost just three league matches all season and are on an 11-game unbeaten streak which has left them just a point off Burnley in second having played a game less.

The two sides have already met twice this season in league and cup, with Forest running out 2-0 winners on both occasions. In this fixture last season, Wolves were 3-1 victors thanks to goals from Destiney Toussaint and Jade Cross (2).


Sunday, 2pm


New Bucks Head, Telford


Wolves season ticket holders can watch matches at the New Bucks Head for FREE upon production of their season card at the turnstiles.

For non-season ticket holders, tickets are priced at £5 adults, £4 concessions and £1 for those aged 3-16.

Tickets can be purchased on the gate or online by clicking HERE


Supporters unable to attend the game in person on Sunday can listen to LIVE audio commentary of the clash HERE


Supporters are advised to read the following travel information following news of the M54 closure on weekends. Click HERE for more.


There is limited matchday parking onsite via the Haybridge Road entrance, charged at £3 per car on a first come first served basis. Please pay by bank card using the parking meter. Parking around the stadium area is the alternative option once the car park is full. Please do not drive onto the car park on the hotel side, as you are likely to be fined.



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