Derby County Women will take on Liverpool Feds in their final home fixture of the 2023/24 season at the Don Amott Arena on Sunday afternoon (2pm kick-off). has brought together all the key information you will need to know ahead of the FA Women's National League Northern Premier Division fixture.

Manager's Thoughts...

Manager Sam Griffiths wants her side to record a positive result to see out their home campaign.

Derby’s season will end on the road in May with a trip to Burnley, so the clash with Liverpool Feds will be the last chance to play on familiar territory ahead of the summer break.

Griffiths said: “It is our last home game of the season and we have to take the positives from the defeat at Wolves and go again.

“We’d like to end the season with a win at our home ground before heading to Burnley to end the campaign the following week.”

The Last Time We Met...

The Ewes were beaten 3-2 when the sides met back in September in what was theirfirst away fixture of the 2023/24 FA Women's National League Northern Premier Division season

Derby were in front at the half-time break following an own goal from Yasmin Mosby’s corner.

But, after the interval, the hosts quickly turned the game around as Bethy Donoghue and Rose Kinvig-Wardale both hit the net within a few minutes of the restart to take a 2-1 lead.

Derby had a chance to level before the hour mark but Charlotte Steggles’ penalty was saved by Liverpool Feds goalkeeper Rachel Darbyshire.

Another own goal saw Derby level just after the midway point of the second half from substitute Kira Rai's cross before Katie Anderson scored what turned out to be the winner with just over ten minutes remaining to inflict back-to-back league defeats on the Ewes to start the new campaign.

The sides went head-to-head at the Don Amott Arena back in January, but the fixture was abandoned after Derby defender Megan Tinsley sustained an injury in the 88th minute.

Tinsley dislocated her ankle after aninnocuous coming together with the visiting goalkeeper, which required immediate medical attention and an ambulance to be called - therefore, after initially suspending the game, the decision was made to abandon the match as treatment was administered on the pitch.

The game was curtailed with Derby sitting on a 2-1 lead at the Don Amott Arena and Sam Griffiths' side were on course for three points in their first game of 2024 after mounting a quickfire comeback late in the second half.

Ticket Information...

Tickets are available either on arrival at the Don Amott Arena or online via the Derby County Women ticket portal by clicking here.

Prices are:

£5 - Adults
£3 - Concessions (Children aged 6-18 and those aged 65+)

FREE - Infants

Match Highlights...

Full highlights from Sunday's match will appear online on following the final whistle.