The Rookettes will be keen to continue where they left off last weekend, after a convincing 0-2 win away to QPR.
Dani Lane chalked her 8th goal to open the scoring, matching her total for last season to sneak past Chewy Carter
as leading scorer this season. Kellie Larkin came off the bench to fire home a cracking free kick from 18 yards.
Match report here.http://lewesfc.com/2017/02/larkins-stellar-strikes-seals-win-for-lewes/
John Donoghue will wait for injury updates on several key players before naming his squad for the trip to the Midlands.
Coventry are right in the hunt this season, just 3 points back, with games in hand on Cardiff and Charlton.
Their league form has been superb; W9, D1, L1, with a plus 33 goal difference boosted by top scorer Alison Hall netting 14 so far this term.
She scored in Coventry’s 0-2 win at QPR, a score line that suggest this could be a cracking contest, and bagged a hat-trick in their 6-0 romp
at home to C&K Basildon back in December.
Jay Bradford spoke about the forthcoming fixture after the Sky Blues fell 0-1 to Aston Villa in the cup.
‘My players ran themselves into the ground and I can’t fault that. We have no choice but to pick ourselves up.
We have a tough run in the league quickly approaching, we have to be back to our best ready to take on Lewes on Sunday.’
A supporter bus will leave Lewes early on Sunday
Seats available at £15 per person, contact @Redtop
Sunday 26th February
Coleshill FC, Pack Meadow, Packington Lane, Coleshill B46 3JE
Kick off 2pm