Amber Tysiak, signing in January, remains a doubt as the game has taken a hit in training. He has yet to feature for the Claret & Blue since moving from Oud-Heverlee Leuven to his native Belgium.
Jess Ziu is not yet available for selection. The Republic of Ireland international continues to recover from an ACL injury suffered at the start of October.
Emma Snerle made her first start since April 2022 against Liverpool in midweek, while Lucy Parker added more minutes to her legs after returning from injury against Everton last weekend.
Wolves are certainly not to be underestimated in this case. Having won the National League North title last season, they failed to gain promotion after losing in the promotion play-off against Southampton.
They didn’t let this defeat affect their form earlier this season, and after eleven matches, they found themselves in familiar territory, no joint in the division.
Daniel McNamara has been in charge of New Bucks Head since July 2018, initially taking over when the team were in the midst of a relegation battle. Things couldn’t be more different now, with his team preparing to face a WSL team.
It will be a special day for McNamara, whose ambition is to see his Wolves follow in the Hammers’ footsteps. He will also be looking forward to facing Konchesky, who he watched regularly back in the day when the now West Ham manager played at Liverpool.
His side have beaten Shrewsbury Town, Northampton Town and Newcastle in the previous three rounds to reach this stage of the competition, and combined with their league form, they have a very real chance of causing an upset if the Irons are not at the races sunday afternoon
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