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Spurs vs Aston Villa (WSL) | How to watch, team news, kit colours, key information

Sat 17 February 2024, 18:00|Tottenham Hotspur

We will be looking to return to winning ways in the Barclays Women’s Super League on Sunday afternoon (kick-off 2pm UK) as we welcome Aston Villa to Brisbane Road in our final game ahead of the international break.

Here’s all you need to know ahead of the match…

How can I watch the game?

Tickets are available at Brisbane Road on the day for supporters who wish to come and watch the game in person.

Sunday’s match will be streamed live on The FA Player, kick-off 2pm UK.

You can also keep up to date with minute-by-minute text updates on our Match Centre here on and the Spurs Official app.

Video highlights of all the action will be available on SPURSPLAY on Monday.

What is the team news?

Midfielder Ramona Petzelberger is back in contention for Sunday’s WSL clash against Villa after missing the last two games due to illness.

Ashleigh Neville (ankle) and Drew Spence (hamstring) are the only two players who remain sidelined.

The visitors will welcome Danielle Turner back into the squad, but will be without star forward Rachel Daly as she serves a three-game suspension.

Ebony Salmon and Kenza Dali are both a doubt ahead of their trip to Brisbane Road.

Who is the referee?

The referee for Sunday’s game is Adewunmi Soneye.

He will be assisted by Levi Gray and Jade Wardle, with Melissa Burgin as the fourth official.

What colours will the teams be playing in?

As usual, we’ll be wearing our home kit, featuring Lilywhite shirts, navy blue shorts and white socks, with our goalkeeper in blue.

Aston Villa will wear their usual claret top, claret shorts and claret socks.

Their goalkeeper will wear an all-green strip.

What will the weather conditions be?

Although it’s supposed to be a dull and damp morning with persistent spells of rain, it will gradually clear away and set to be a drier afternoon, with temperatures reaching 14 degrees.