The midweek offering in the FA Women’s Championship comes from the Trevor Brown Memorial Ground as Aston Villa host promotion hopefuls Tottenham Hotspur in a rearranged fixture.
Villa have been a model of consistency during the second half of the season while opponents Spurs are just one point away from potential FA Women’s Super League football next term.
Ahead of the match, we take a look at the facts and figures from previous meetings between the two sides.
82 – Rianna Dean’s 82nd-minute penalty kick helped Spurs to a 2-1 victory over Villa in the reverse fixture at the end of October
18 – A total of 18 points currently separate the two sides in the FA Women’s Championship table
4 – The North Londoners took four points from their two matches against Aston Villa last season, they won 2-0 in Cheshunt before playing out a 1-1 draw in The Midlands
10 – Aston Villa’s number 10, Kerri Welsh, opened the scoring for her side in their 2-1 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur earlier this season
2 – Despite occupying a mid-table position in the FA Women’s Championship, Aston Villa have lost on just two more occasions than promotion-chasing Spurs
90 – Aston Villa’s Nadine Hanssen had a 90th-minute effort ruled out for offside in the reverse fixture in Cheshunt
16 – Villa trailed Tottenham Hotspur by 16 points after their last meeting in October. Gemma Davies’ side have fallen just two points further behind the North Londoners since that match
58 – Elisha N’Dow’s 58th-minute goal rescued a point for Villa in their home clash with Tottenham Hotspur last season after Jenna Schillaci’s effort had given the visitors the lead in the first half
Wednesday evening’s match kicks-off at 7.30pm and admission will available on the night.