Liverpool Ladies return to action on Wednesday night when they are out to avenge their FA Cup defeat against Merseyside rivals Everton as the Continental Cup group stages begin.
Kick-off at the Select Security Stadium in Widnes is at 6.30pm BST and Matt Beard's side are hoping to put Saturday's FA Cup quarter-final defeat at the hands of the Blues firmly out of their system.
Everton won 2-0 to reach the semi-finals and Beard admitted the best team won on the night.
Beard told Liverpoolfc.com: "The first half we never turned up and Everton deserved to beat us. In the second half we just couldn't break them down and they defended well.
"Sometimes we've learned from defeats in the past and become a stronger group from it. We only lost twice last season and we can turn that negative into a positive.
"The injuries haven't helped us but that has enabled us to give a chance to four of the development squad players who have done very well.
"It was disappointing to lose, especially to our rivals, but it has happened and we've just got to bounce back from it now.
"Hopefully we can put in a good performance now and put Saturday night behind us and there's no better opportunity to put that right than tonight.
"The statistics from Saturday for us were actually quite positive. We had 68 per cent of the possession and 12 shots but we need to move the ball quicker and we need to take our chances."
The ladies go into the clash buoyant after Lucy Bronze picked up the PFA Women's Player of the Year gong in London on Sunday night, while defender and new recruit Martha Harris was named Young Player of the Year during her term with Lincoln City Ladies.
Beard added: "It's fantastic and Lucy was fantastic for us last year. She is obviously playing in a different position this year but she thoroughly deserves that award.
"It's a great recognition for her and for us to have seven players in the team of the year and Martha as well who won the Young Player of the Year award.
"Lucy is an athlete who can get up and down the pitch. Going forward she causes a lot of teams problems because she's quick and strong, but defensively she rarely gets beaten in a one v one situation because she reads the game very well.
"She has come on in leaps and bounds. When she joined us she wasn't in the England squad but now she's a regular in their team and one of their key players.
"Martha has a great future ahead of her. She can play in two or three different positions, is quick, two-footed and bringing her in was one of the priorities for us."
If you want to go to the Select Security Stadium and cheer on the ladies admission is £5 for adults and £2.50 for children and concessions.