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Quantrill: Yeovil our toughest test yet

8 May 2015

Keeper Sarah looks forward to Saturday's Den clash

Millwall Lionesses host Yeovil Town at The Den on Saturday (6.30pm) in a game that goalkeeper Sarah Quantrill believes will be their toughest test yet in the FA WSL 2.

Having kept three clean sheets thus far in a campaign that has seen the Lionesses record one win and four draws in their opening five games, Dan Mlinar's side go into action in confident mood.

However, they will be facing a Yeovil outfit equally optimistic following a run of three successive victories, as Sarah concedes: "They've had a pretty good start to the season and have had three big wins in their last three games so we will have to defend well to stop them.

"They have scored 11 goals in those fixtures, and with two clean sheets too, they are the form team in the league at the moment.

"Yeovil will be a tough match; it's a game we want to win but we're going to have to be at our best to do so. We beat Yeovil at The Den last season but they have added several key players to their squad who have experience at playing at the top level.

"We have obviously had a number of draws which everyone's a bit frustrated with, but we've played some good football so it's just a matter of time before it all clicks and we start turning draws into wins."

Tickets for Saturday's match at The Den are priced at £5 for adults and £2 for U16s. They can be purchased online here or on the day of the game from the Millwall ticket office.

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