On Sunday afternoon we face Glasgow City at the Tony Macaroni Arena – following our midweek victory over Hamilton Academical.
Dean Gibson’s side have kept three clean sheets in their last three matches and will be looking to extend that run against the side currently second in the SWPL.
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City have made an excellent start to the season, winning six and drawing two of their opening eight league matches. This means that they are currently undefeated in the league so far, scoring 31 goals and conceding five in the process.
In their most recent fixture, City faced Aberdeen and secured a 5-0 victory, with all five of their goals coming in the first half.
The last time we faced City was in May this past year, in a match that ended in a goalless draw.
Dean Gibson has shared his thoughts on the upcoming fixture and commented on the side’s recent defensive success.
“As a group, we are feeling good going into the game. We have played well recently. We know the standard of opposition is increasing but we are more than confident we can continue our good run of form.
“Our confidence has never taken a knock. We have had a very good start to the season. The recent performances hopefully highlight that.
“We have been defending well. If you keep clean sheets, the game becomes much more simple for picking up points. That is something we hope to continue Sunday.
“The squad is in good shape leading into the game. The only injury is Micky (Michaela McAlonie), and she is hopefully only a few weeks away!”
From the Changing Room
Kirsty Morrison has shared her thoughts ahead of the big clash with City and on Hibs’ start to the season.
“I am excited about the game. We know it will be a tough match, but it is a game we are looking to take something from.
“We know Glasgow City are a good team and it is always tightly contested between us.
“I don’t think we need any more motivation than we already have, we will go into the match looking to win, but stopping their unbeaten run would be a bonus.
“I think overall we have had a good start to the season. There have been games that we were looking to take more from, but overall, we are into the SWPL Cup semi-finals and will be looking to pick up more points in the coming weeks.”
Be Part of the Action
The game will kick off at 13:00 on Sunday, live at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
Fans will be able to attend the match in person by purchasing a ticket via the Fanbase app.
Tickets are priced at just £7 for adults and £3 for concessions.
We also have a family ticket package which grants two adults and two children entry with a 25% discount.
We will also be live streaming the match on Recast. This is a special stream as the revenue will be split between both clubs taking part as well as being the first face-off between two Recast partners.
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Match Preview written by Struan Garvie.
Photography by Craig Doyle, Alan Rennie.