Preview: Worthing vs Millwall Lionesses Match Preview 27 October 2021 , 18:00 BST Worthing FC Media Worthing FC Women return to league action on Sunday , as they welcome Millwall Lionesses to The Crucial Environmental Stadium for a London & South East Premier Division contest (2pm kick-off). Womens Full Time 0 Worthing 2 Millwall Lionesses League Sunday 31st October, 2021 Match Centre John Donoghue’s side will be hoping to make it three wins on the bounce after beating AFC Littlehampton 5-0 in the Vitality Women’s FA Cup on Sunday and Saltdean United 4-1 in their last league outing. Reds boss Donoghue said: “I have been pleased with the players application so far and delighted with both sides of our game. It’s nice to also see an array of different goal scorers, it shows that we like to express ourselves. Sunday will be another test for us, and I am expecting to face a side who will be organised and well drilled. We are matched on points so it should be a very good game to watch”. The Lionesses sit one spot below in 6th and have been in good form lately, with Chloe Burr and Masie Joyce amongst their goal scorers. Make sure you join us for what will be a competitive match. Supporter Information There is very limited parking on the forecourt outside the stadium. The surrounding streets are residential and do not require a permit. Please avoid blocking driveways of local residents. There will also be some Halloween fun for the whole family. There’s a “Find the Spooky Spiders Treasure Hunt”. £1 to enter, then hunt for the pictures of our spooky spiders around the ground: find them all and win a prize! Plus a Fancy Dress Competition: Get ready for your trick and treating! Wear your best Halloween outfit, to be judged at half time, with a special prize for the winner. Woodside Bar will be showing live coverage of both SkySportsPL and BT Sport games today, before and after the game. 14.00pm: Norwich City vs Leeds 16.30pm: Aston Villa vs West Ham The turnstiles will be accepting cash and card payments. Admission is £3 for adults, while those under-16 and season ticket holders are free. How to Follow If you can’t make the game you can follow the game via the Womens Twitter account, or Facebook page.