The game will be played at 3pm on Sunday, at the Chigwell Construction Stadium where the Hammers will be looking to continue their run in the competition after beating London City Lionesses on penalties.
It’s looking likely that Lucy Parker will be making a return at some point throughout the game, after her injury she sustained against Chelsea. With Parker’s defensive help, West Ham will be looking for a clean sheet for the first time in 7 games.
Birmingham Striker, Louise Quinn, will look to carry on her goal scoring threat. Scoring 4 in the last 7. With West Ham’s defensive issues, she will be looking to see herself back on the scoresheet.
With West Ham, all eyes will be back on Skipper Dagny Brynjarsdóttir. with her scoring threat and Darren Carters team conceding at least 1 goal a game. She will be looking to continue her scoring run.
The Championship side currently sit 7th, after only 2 wins in the last 5 league games.
The Blues are hoping that they can continue their cup run after beating WSL side, Brighton and Hove Albion 3-2 in the last round. But have only won one game since this match back in October.
Both sides have had a mixed season, with both teams winning 3 games out of a possible 7.
Paul Konchesky’s side are hoping to continue their form they got after playing Leicester at home last week.
If West ham defend well you’ll be expecting them to go to the next round of the Continental Cup, which will be held on the 18th December.