Joe Montemurro's got a selection headache ahead of him.
Our head coach has taken 22 players with him to Spain, although Lydia Williams has been ruled out of our Women's Champions League quarter-final with an ankle injury.
So how will he choose just 11 players on Saturday?
"It will be chosen on who I think tactically, instructionally we can approach the game in the right way," our head coach said. "We also need to have the possibility of making changes as the game develops. And also the possibility of understanding the phases of the game. So the starting 11 is important.
"But more important are the other players that that can come on and change the game or close out the game, or give us give us an adjustment to the shape during the game. So the starting 11 is important, but it's also important to have the tools to come on and make the changes that we need.
"So we've been preparing a few different structural ideas, a few different patterns. A few different set-ups so that if things do happen during the game we're able to adjust and make the relative adjustments with them already seeing it and already knowing it. There has been a lot of that but the big focus has been on us, on us controlling our destiny.
"The focus has been on us playing our method of football, our style, and building that through our philosophy. So it's been a holistic approach, both being able to adapt to the situation that's at hand, but it’s also important that we were get into our method, our style and our rhythm to control the game as far as possible."
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