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Chesterfield Ladies will be aiming to maintain their 100% winning record in this season’s league campaign on Sunday afternoon as they face off against Lincoln United Women away from home.

Mike Noon’s side currently occupy third position in the East Midlands Women’s Premier Division but are only one point behind leaders Notts County Women and have a game in hand on both Notts County Women and second-placed Lincoln United Women.

Form Guide

League – Anstey Nomads Women (h) – 3-1 – W

FA Cup 2nd Qual. Round – Pocklington Town Ladies (h) – 10-0 – W

League – Arnold Eagles Ladies (a) – 3-0 – W

County Cup 1st Round – Hilton Harriers Ladies (a) – 14-0 – W

FA Cup 3rd Qual. Round – Wem Town Ladies (a) – 0-1 – L

County Cup 2nd Round – Belper Town Ladies (a) – 14-0 – W

Top Goal Scorers (so far for all competitive games in 2022/23 season)

12 – Georgina Williams

7 – Gina Camfield

5 – Hannah Baker

5 – Amy Pashley

5 – Millie Standen

The Opposition

Lincoln United Women are widely regarded as one of three title challengers for the East Midlands Women’s Premier Division alongside Chesterfield Ladies and Notts County Women. Due to this and the fact that this is only a 16-game league season, Sunday’s fixture is a hugely important one for both teams.

In their most recent league match on the 13th of November, Lincoln defeated Basford United Ladies 5-1 away from home. Lincoln have won four of their five league games so far in the 2022/23 campaign. Since losing 2-1 at home against Notts County Women on the opening day of the season, Lincoln have won four league games on the bounce.

Previous Meeting

These two sides last met each other on the final day of last season at Ashby Avenue. The game finished 1-1. Lincoln took the lead in the 36th minute thanks to an Elise Keyworth goal but the Blues equalised through Georgina Williams in the 66th minute. The point secured Chesterfield’s runners-up spot in the 2021/22 East Midlands Women’s Premier Division campaign.

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