Depleted Belles aim to cause upset

DONCASTER Rovers Belles will have to upset the odds if they are to end the inaugural FA Women’s Super League (WSL) campaign on a winning note in tomorrow’s game against second-placed Birmingham at the Keepmoat Stadium (2pm).

Belles have injury doubts over several players and manager John Buckley fears he could have just 14 players to choose from.

“Maria Karlsson will have to play even though she’s had a virus for most of the week,” said Buckley who expects former Belles’ star Rachel Williams, who scored two of their three goals in their previous game to pose one of Birmingham’s biggest threats.

“Rachel was a massive loss to the club but you can’t blame anyone for moving when they are being offered six or seven times more money,” he said.

Doncaster Rovers’ keeper Gary Woods will be at the ground earlier in the day passing on tips at the Continental Shot Stoppers Roadshow.