Ipswich Town Women face Hashtag United at Parkside, Aveley tonight (7:45pm). Ross Halls previews the game. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Ipswich Town Women scored seven goals against PlymouthIpswich Town Women scored seven goals against Plymouth (Image: Ross Halls)

The Tractor Girls are looking to make it four straight wins at the start of their 2023/24 season in the FA WNL Southern Premier Division. 

Town started their campaign with a 2-1 win at Cardiff before progressing in the FA WNL Cup by beating Billiercay Town 4-2 at home. 

On Sunday, the Blues thrashed Plymouth Argyle 7-1 at home. Debutant Lenna Gunning-Williams netted a brace, as did fellow team-mates Sophie Peskett and Natasha Thomas, with the scoring completed by 16-year-old defender Evie Williams.

East Anglian Daily Times: Hashtag beat Town 2-0 last season in the FA WNL CupHashtag beat Town 2-0 last season in the FA WNL Cup (Image: Ross Halls)

Tonight's hosts, Hashtag United, are playing third-tier football for the first time after they won the FA WNL Division One South East title last season. 

The Tags started their season on the road, beating Chatham Town 3-1. They went on to end Oxford United's four-year unbeaten run at home, winning 2-1 at Marsh Lane on Sunday afternoon.

The two sides last met in November 2022, with Town losing 2-0 against the Tags at Parkside in the FA WNL Cup. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Joe Sheehan knows the challenge ahead against Hashtag UnitedJoe Sheehan knows the challenge ahead against Hashtag United (Image: Ross Halls)

Blues manager Joe Sheehan said: "It won't be a easy game. We've come across Hashtag last season, so we know there a team who deserve to be in this division.

"It's no suprise they've started they way they have and it will be a really challenging game." 

Meanwhile, defender Megan Wearing has been named in the Scotland U19s squad for their upcoming friendly double-header against Hungary.