Pre-Match Report

WSL: Birmingham v Arsenal - Preview

Danielle Carter

Gunners striker Danielle Carter, who scored in last Sunday's 4-0 win over Manchester City, says her side know exactly how to curb the Blues’ strengths as they eye a return to the top half of the Women's Super League.

She said: “We’ve already played Birmingham three or four times this season, so we know their game quite well.

“We’ve seen a lot of each other, so it will be about who performs best of the day.

"We’ve seen a lot of each other, so it will be about who performs best of the day"

“They have a strong midfield, if they boss the midfield they can be very dangerous so we will have to try and counter that.

“Personally my form has been OK, there is always some room for improvement but my own performances mean little, it’s all about the team and results.”

However, REMI Allen believes Birmingham have the inside track on Arsenal after their tussles this season – and is confident she can help fire the Blues back to the top of FA Women’s Super League 1.

Birmingham lost their grip on first place last weekend as Chelsea got the better of them in a 3-1 victory.

“We’ve played Arsenal a lot this season and it’s always a difficult game, so we are expecting on different,” she said. “They’ve had a few problems, but I think they’ve overcome them now. They are as difficult as any team in the division."

The match takes place at Solihull Moors Autotech Stadium, kick-off 2pm on Sunday. For tickets to the game visit: 

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