Liverpool Ladies are in action on Sunday afternoon when they face a tricky away tie at Durham Women FC in the Continental Cup.
Scott Rogers' side put Sheffield FC Ladies to the sword in their opening group game when they racked up an impressive 6-0 scoreline.
And the Reds will go into this tie full of confidence after getting back to winning ways in the Women's Super League last weekend, Natasha Harding netting a hat-trick in a 4-1 victory at Sunderland.
Here's everything you need to know ahead of the Continental Cup fixture...
Where is the game being played? The match is at New Ferens Park, with kick-off set for 12pm GMT.
How can I watch the game? Click here for ticket details on the Durham Women FC website.
View from the manager, Scott Rogers
"Durham will pose a tough threat and this is potentially a very difficult game for us. I've watched quite a bit of footage on Durham but I will make sure we treat them with the same respect we treat any team. From what I've seen they are a very good side. They have a tag of being a direct side but they seem to like to play football and try and play the right way.
"They are extremely physical and good at set-plays so this will be a decent side we are up against. They are the best side in WSL 2, which is the biggest compliment I can give them. If we underestimate them and don't perform to our standards this could be a tricky game, so if we can play to our normal standards and defend well then I'm sure we can get a positive result."