Albion's players celebrate.
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PUBLISHED
06:00 13th March 2016
by Joel Newman
The latest news and a look ahead to today's game.
We know what their strengths and weaknesses are, so we’ll be hoping to beat them again, that’s the aim."
James Marrs
Brighton and Hove Albion women’s manager James Marrs is confident that Albion can repeat their victory over Blackburn, but acknowledges Rovers would have gained plenty from the previous cup tie last month.
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The tie will be replayed at Nyewood Lane, the home of Bognor Regis Town on Sunday 13th March and Marrs is predicting another closely-fought contest.
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He said, “We know what their strengths and weaknesses are, so we’ll be hoping to beat them again, that’s the aim.
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“We have to ignore the previous game, but we’ve beaten them one and there’s no reason we can’t beat them again.
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“They’ll be well prepared and well set up, even better than they were last time, so it’ll make it an interesting game.
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If Albion beat Blackburn on Sunday, they will face Sporting Club Albion on Sunday 20th March and Marrs is eager to progress as far as possible in the competition.
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“It’s a good draw for either one of us, so whoever can make it through will have a good opportunity of getting in to the quarter finals, which is obviously quite a big achievement.
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“Hopefully we can do the business this week and then do the business against Sporting Club Albion to get into the quarter finals; that will be the ultimate aim.”
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The game kicks off at 2pm and there is free entry for all supporters at Nyewood Lane, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, PO21 2QB.


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