Heathryfold Park, 18 May, Kick-Off: 7pm
Forfar Farmington travels to Aberdeen, with the chance to move off the bottom of the table for the first time this season if they avoid a defeat.
But, in the rearranged match, Forfar’s opponents Aberdeen will be a tough challenge.
Aberdeen is currently the only SWPL 1 side yet to pick up a win at home, although they have picked up a draw against Hibernian. Their two defeats at home have come against Rangers and Celtic.
They are a tough side to break down, and Forfar may struggle to break them down – for example, Glasgow City has scored only two goals in two matches against Aberdeen.
However, Forfar Farmington arrives full of confidence after beating Stirling University 2-0 last Sunday – their first points of the season.
This has been a great reward for the club who improved after a painful opening day defeat to Celtic which has seen them sit bottom of the SWPL 1.
Although until last Sunday the results hadn’t improved, their performances had – and currently, they are the only club to have scored against Glasgow City this season.