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Preview: Ipswich Town Ladies

MK Dons host the Tractor Girls at Stadium MK…

14 April 2023

Charlie Bill’s Women search for three consecutive home victories as they welcome the current third-place team to Stadium MK for a FAWNL Southern Premier Division clash.

Sunday’s opponents have battled at the top-end of the league table for the majority of the season, they will look to reinstate their position in first as we enter the final three fixtures.
 
Once placed at the peak of the league table, the travelling team now find themselves two points adrift. Currently separated by Watford and Oxford United, this triplet of teams all seek promotion with little time remaining.
 
MK Dons will have desires of their own to grab three points, which will ensure their placement within the top five of the league whilst fending off Gillingham, who currently chase with one point behind.

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This fixture will take place at Stadium MK, Milton Keynes, Stadium Way, MK1 1ST. Tickets will cost £5 adults and £3 Under-18s. Kick-off is scheduled for 2:00pm.
 
THE OPPOSITION
There's plenty of motivation for Ipswich Town as they continue their push for promotion. An impressive 44 points gained from 14 wins and two draws puts them level with Watford. However, the Hornet’s greater goal difference earns them the top two spot.
 
With their aspirations set on the Women’s Championship, the visitors will be determined to retrieve the spoils from Sunday’s clash. Although, the Tractor Girls will have to be mindful of Portsmouth, who are also within the chase and could push Ipswich just one place above MK Dons.
 
LAST TIME OUT

MK Dons saw back-to-back Stadium MK Success in their recent league clash against Plymouth Argyle. Facing Bridgwater a week prior saw the Dons prevail from against two relegation candidates, but Sunday will prove an opposite test for the home side.

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Tricia Gould, Mollie Coupar and Laura Mitchell all placed their names on the scoresheet to secure a 3-1 win over Plymouth. This trio had also been the goal scorers of the previous success over Bridgwater and could be ones to watch for Sunday’s tie.

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Match Reports

Report: MK Dons Women 0-2 Ipswich Town

Dons Women fall short to the Tractor Girls…

17 April 2023

An early double for the travelling team resulted in a 2-0 Stadium MK defeat for MK Dons Women.

Following back-to-back tests against teams fighting to remain within the FAWNL Southern Premier Division, Charlie Bill’s side then had to prepare for an opposite challenge near the top-end of the table.
 
The Dons welcomed the current third-place side to Stadium MK for a league skirmish, which could’ve seen Ipswich rise to the top of the league. On the other hand, a result in the home side’s favour would’ve help them defend their position within the top five of the table.
 
FIRST HALF

A sharp start from the visitors saw them take control of the opening exchanges. MK Dons found it difficult to withstand the oncoming attacks, until eventually, Ipswich Town gained the advantage 11 minutes after the starting whistle. 0-1



An early set-back saw the momentum swing in the travelling team’s favour, which allowed them to double their lead minutes after the opener.
 
The Tractor Girls maintained their advances of the Dons’ back-line, which later caused trouble within the penalty area. The referee had deemed a foul against MK Dons and Ipswich were awarded with a penalty. The spot-kick was converted, and Town had the upper-hand on the Stadium MK side. 0-2

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Although two early goals delt a big blow to Charlie Bill’s Women, they managed to see out the remainder of the half without conceding a third. Allowing more of a possibility to claw their way back into the fixture.
 
SECOND HALF

The first 45-minute stage gave the hosts a hill to climb against one of the top teams within the league. But that didn’t dishearten MK Dons, who continued their pursuit to find something from the match.
 
Unfortunately, the Dons couldn’t find their way back into the game as Ipswich Town sustained a clean-sheet throughout the tie. However, a strong second-half display limited Town to little in front of goal and no further action (in terms of goals) was seen.

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A tough match-up saw MK Dons suffer a 2-0 defeat at Stadium MK. However, other results within the league benefited Charlie Bill’s team, who currently remain in fifth position.
 
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MK Dons: Sansom (C), Warren, Puddick, Biggadike, Rush, Miles, Barratt, Giddings (Wilson 80), Coupar (McLean 86), Mitchell (Gould 80), Newman (Nixon 52)
 
Subs: Samuels

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