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This Sunday 19th November, PTWFC take on Dundee United in an SWPL1 fixture in a 1.30 kick off.

Thistle will look to keep their momentum as we travel for our second away fixture in 3 days.

ℹ️ Fixture Information

📍Foundation Park
🕐Sunday 19th November 2023 1;30pm
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💻️Highlights and reaction post match

🆚 Our Opponents: Dundee Utd

Dundee United have had a mixed season thus far. They currently occupy 9th place with 10 points, gaining key victories over Aberdeen and Spartans whilst also facing heavy defeats, including a 7-0 defeat in their last fixture against Hibernian.

Having already suffered a large 4-0 loss against a Jags side down to 10 in August, a day that featured a Cara Henderson Hattrick, manager Graeme Hart will be looking to use that match at Peasy as motivation to get a better result here.

Last season saw some history at Gussie Park as Thistle secured their top six status with a win away to Dundee United with our Magic Cara Hendo scoring against the tangerines in that fixture. A monumental occasion, Brian Graham will certainly be reminding his players of that day to boost the morale.

📈Thistle so far

A 3-1 victory in Aberdeen on Thursday evening was a statement of intent by the Jags. Having had several players unavailable due to work commitments, including recent POTM winner Leah Robinson, Ava Easdon and Rachel Donaldson, Thistle didn’t let that hold them back.

A cold, wet, windy and misty evening in Aberdeen, the hosts took the lead early as Bailey Hutchison “does what Bailey Hutchison does best” in the words of Brian Graham. This only seemed to light the fire in Thistle however as Rosie Slater scored her first goal in black and yellow, and a goal of the season candidate at that. The Jags would continue to score against the Dons with Linzi Taylor and Rosie McQuillan scoring to ensure victory for Thistle.

Brian Graham would speak after the game of how proud he was of his girls, especially with all of the adversity against them heading into the match. The word “belief” is one that our gaffer gets teased about. However, it’s that word that was used over and over again and got the result we wanted on Thursday. Attention quickly shifts over to Dundee United however, as another away day comes along.

Strong Followings from the Red and Yellow army have really helped our girls this season. We certainly enjoyed our trip to Gussie Park last season and we’d hope to see as many of you again this time around.

🗞 Team News

We are pleased to be able to welcome most of the players back from their absences for this match on Sunday.

Leah Robinson, Rachel Donaldson and Ava Easdon are all contenders to be included in the starting lineup as our management team will look to name a competitive squad to take on this Dundee United team

⏮ Match Rewind

11th March 2023
(Henderson, 23′)

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