PUBLISHED
14:42 6th December 2013
by James Hilsum
I would love to go through to the next stage of the competition and have a good cup run."
John Donoghue
Albion women face Tottenham this Sunday in a winner-takes-all Premier League Cup match.
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John Donoghue’s side need a win at the weekend to progress into the knock-out stages of the competition, following a 5-4 win over Chesham and a 3-0 defeat to Gillingham, and they currently lie third in the group behind Spurs on goal difference.
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The women's head coach told seagulls.co.uk, “Tottenham have come up with some good results this season and always seem to score. I’m expecting a good defensive test for the players.
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“I would love to go through to the next stage of the competition and have a good cup run, so let's hope we are as focussed as last week going into the game.”
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The Seagulls are expected to name a similar squad to the one that faced Gillingham last week, but Cally Beaumont will be back in contention following a hamstring injury while Sophie Bridson could be called up as cover for goalkeeper Charlotte Sole.
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The game is the first of three fixtures ahead of Christmas for Albion, with Portsmouth visiting next week followed by another away match at Charlton on December 22.
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The Tottenham match gets underway at Ware FC, kick-off 2pm.
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Next three fixtures:

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15th December Portsmouth (H)League
22nd December Charlton Athletic (A)League
5th January Cardiff City (A)League



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