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In their last home game, the Lionesses ran out 1-0 victors against Watford Ladies thanks to a last-gasp penalty winner from skipper Naomi Cole.
Millwall Lionesses return to action at The Den this Sunday aiming to record a second successive victory on home soil at the expense of WSL 2 rivals Aston Villa (2pm). However, a win for Millwall on Sunday would see them leap-frog Villa - and skipper Naomi
Villa are currently three points and two places above Millwall in the League table and the Birmingham-based side eased to a 2-0 success when the two teams last met in May.
is confident her team can do just that saying: "We are looking forward to this game and we know how we want to set up against them, after we lost 2-0 earlier in the year.
"It has been a big year in terms of squad turnaround and for us a high mid-table finish would represent a great success. Ideally we would love to finish fifth or above but we will have to beat sides like Aston Villa to get there."
Visiting midfielder Sherry McCue is hoping her team can take advantage of Yeovil's postponement, and move up to fourth in the table, but she knows her side are in for a difficult afternoon at The Den.
Sherry said: "We prepare for every game as it comes, but we know Millwall will be a difficult away trip.
"They are a strong side who love to compete, but that's our game so we're looking forward to it."
We will have to be at our best on the day to come away with a victory.