Ipswich Town Women return to action as they face Milton Keynes at Stadium MK today.

The Tractor Girls are looking for an eighth win in a row as they continue their title push, with them playing their first game in three weeks after their home clash with Oxford was postponed last month. 

Today's hosts, MK Dons, are fifth in the table, winning their last two home games, but have suffered heavy defeats against Watford (5-0 at home) and 4-1 away to Oxford in March. 

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The two sides last met in October as the Blues won 5-1 at the AGL Arena, thanks to Bonnie Horwood netting a brace and goals from Natasha Thomas, Freya Godfrey and Abbie Lafayette.

Joe Sheehan's side currently sit third in the FAWNL Southern Premier Division, level on points with Watford and a point behind Oxford, who have played a game fewer.

The Hornets host London Bees this weekend, while the U's travel to Portsmouth, with both sides still to play each other after their game on Wednesday was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

East Anglian Daily Times: Lucy O'Brien is excited to play against her former side at Stadium MKLucy O'Brien is excited to play against her former side at Stadium MK (Image: Ross Halls)

Midfielder Lucy O'Brien, speaking ahead of the game against her former side, said: "It's really exciting, I haven't played at the stadium before and obviously as a youngster coming through at MK Dons I always wanted to so really looking forward to that.

"The men played there a few weeks ago, they got a great crowd, so we'll be hoping to get a massive crowd as well."

She continued: "They've signed some new players, obviosuly Zoe Barratt (former Town forward) has gone there, so they're going to be a tough test, they always are.

"I think this season especially, they've started to play some really good football so will be a tough challenge but we'll be ready." 

Kick-off is at 2pm, with tickets costing £5 for adults and £3 for Under 18s, with Blues supporters given Block 20 for the game.