Town defeated on the road against Wolves on Sunday afternoon.
- Wolves Women 4-0 Huddersfield Town Women
- Four first half goals the difference for Wolves
- Town host Nottingham Forest on Thursday 12 October; 7.45pm kick-off
It was a disappointing afternoon for the Terriers as they fell to a 4-0 defeat on the road against Wolverhampton Women, leaving Town second from the bottom after their first six games of the season.
Town’s Women suffered a 4-0 defeat away from home yesterday afternoon, as they travelled to play Wolves at the New Bucks Stadium – with all four goals scored within the first 45 minutes.
The first goal was scored in the opening 60 seconds after our hosts stole the ball and took the lead in the opening play of the game.
Wolves then scored the rest of their next three goals between the 26th and 37th minute, quadrupling their lead before the half-time break, leaving Town a lot of work to do in the second half.
Town made two changes ahead of the second half, and had a change of formation, and they looked more comfortable with this change – as Aisha Nsangou replaced Feiruz Abdullahi and Charlotte Gill replaced Freya Walton.
Despite looking more comfortable on the ball, Imogen Maguire was forced to make a save in order to deny Wolves their fifth goal of the game.
Ria Montgomery tried to get one back in extra time after a good run, but her shot was easily saved by the Wolves ‘keeper and Town were unable to get into the game as it finished 4-0.
Town are back at home on Thursday evening as they welcome Nottingham Forest to the Stafflex Arena (Storthes Hall Lane, Huddersfield, HD8 0WA).
Forest currently sit in fifth place having played a game less than the Terriers; they have won three and lost two, sitting on nine points, just seven behind Burnley at the top of the table.
Fans are of course welcome to attend this 7.45pm kick-off in the FA Women’s National League, on Thursday 12 October 2023.
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