Adran Premier Preview | Cardiff City vs. Cardiff Met
Cardiff City Women continue the Adran Premier campaign by hosting Cardiff Met on Sunday, November 19th.
The fixture will take place at Cardiff International Sports Campus, with a kick-off time of 2pm.
TICKET INFORMATION | SUPPORT THE BLUEBIRDS
Tickets will be available to purchase both online and on arrival at Cardiff International Sports Campus on Sunday.
Prices will be as follows:
- Adult: £5
- U16: £1
ADRAN PREMIER | SEASON SO FAR
The Bluebirds head into this weekend’s fixture on the back of booking a place in the next round of the Bute Energy Welsh Cup with a 5-0 win over Swansea University last time out.
In the last league match, City claimed a brilliant 1-0 win at Swansea City Women’s Llandarcy Academy of Sport, with Molly Kehoe netting the winning goal in her first South Wales derby.
The victory continued the Bluebirds’ unbeaten start to the campaign, currently sitting three points clear at the top of the table, having won six of the opening seven matches.
Met are in sixth position with eight points from a possible 21. The Archers hosted Wrexham last time out, falling to a 3-0 defeat.
IN DEPTH | STATZONE
Ahead of this weekend’s clash, we take a look at some interesting stats…
- After seven games in last season’s campaign, the Bluebirds had recorded 19 points, the same total as this year.
- The Bluebirds also conceded the same amount of goals in the first seven games of last season (3).
- City have scored 14 goals in the last three meetings with the Archers, an average of 4.6 per game.
- Met top scorer Ingrid Aadland has netted four league goals so far this term.
- The Bluebirds are the league’s current top scorers with 22 goals, while Met’s record of 12 goals is the fifth highest in the division.
CITY MEMORIES | MEGAN BOWEN
In the last meeting between the two sides, the Bluebirds claimed a 3-1 win on the opening day of the campaign.
City centre-back Megan Bowen put in a fantastic display, as she netted a fine brace.
Recalling a highlight of her season so far, Megan said: "It’s always important for us to start as we mean to go on, so to have three points on the opening day was crucial.
"To score a brace in the first game of the season meant a lot. Adding goals to my game is something I looked to improve coming into this season. It was a good start to improve my all round game.
"It was a good stepping stone and set the tone of my season and how the team will perform. Hopefully, I’ll add more goals as the season continues and help the team in any way I can."