Women: Crystal Palace (H) Preview - November 5

By: Watford FC Staff

Watford FC Women return to action this weekend against Crystal Palace (November 5, 2pm KO), looking to turn around a poor run of form that started prior to the recent international break.

Welcoming the Eagles, who sit fourth in the Barclays Women’s Championship, the Hornets are looking to narrow the gap on 10th-placed London City Lionesses and escape the relegation zone.

Ahead of Sunday’s home match-up, here’s everything you need to know…

Fan Guide

If you’re visiting Grosvenor Vale for the first time, we’ve put together a helpful fan guide HERE which will hopefully answer any questions you might have.

Please note that parking on the grass area within the ground is restricted. Parking is available on-site for staff, players, officials and disabled supporters. There is street parking in the surrounding areas - we do ask that if you are travelling to the game by car and park in the local area, please be respectful of the neighbours.

Should you want to know something that hasn’t been covered, you can contact us on X, Facebook and Instagram at @WatfordFCWomen.

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased in advance online HERE at the following prices:

Adult - £7 (£8 on matchdays)
65 & Over - £4 (£6 on matchdays)
18 & Under - £4 (£6 on matchdays)

Match tickets are half-price for Season Ticket holders for Watford’s men’s team or Wealdstone’s men’s team.

Online sales will conclude at 00.00am on Sunday November 5. Matchday sales will be available in-person at Grosvenor Vale only.

Click HERE for more information.

The Match

Both sides come into the game off the back of defeats away from home, keen to return to winning ways.

The Golden Girls fell to a 5-2 loss away at Birmingham City, whilst Crystal Palace came up short against London rivals Charlton Athletic.

Aside from their last fixture, the sides have had contrasting fortunes up to this point. Crystal Palace sit fourth, just four points off top spot with a game in hand.

Their free scoring has taken the league by storm, boasting joint top goalscorers Annabel Blanchard and Elise Hughes in their ranks (seven).

Meanwhile the Hornets remain four points from safety and on a run of five straight league defeats, but have been hard at work on the training pitch over the past two weeks.

Former Hornet Araya Dennis returns to face the side she helped get promoted last season, memorably scoring the winning goal against Oxford United at Vicarage Road in April.

Get down and support the Golden Girls, as they look for a massive three points to start November.

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