Gateshead Ladies host Guisborough Town Ladies in the North East Regional Womens Football League on Sunday, January 22 (2pm kick off).
The Heed contest their second game of the year, and second on home soil, after falling to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of West Allotment Celtic Ladies last weekend.
Returning midfielder Lyndsey Garthwaite and new arrival Chrid Murray both found the net for Gateshead, but it proved too little to salvage any points as the visitors earned their first win of the season.
Carl Morrison and Hugo Djassi’s side are set to host a Guisborough Town side who currently sit bottom of the North East Regional Womens Football League, taking one point from their 12 fixtures so far.
Gateshead – currently sitting 10th, having played the fewest games in the division – could move up two places should they take maximum points on Sunday.
Guisborough were defeated 11-0 away to Redcar Town Ladies in the North Riding FA County Cup last weekend, while their last league clash ended in a 5-1 defeat at Bishop Auckland Ladies.
“We’ve got to go all in on Sunday,” said assistant manager, Hugo Djassi.
“No game is going to be a walk through and the girls are aware of that.
“It’s a win that we go for every single game, and whether we’re playing top or bottom of the league, we’ll go into it with the same intent.”
Supporters can watch all Gateshead Ladies home fixtures free of charge, with games taking place on the artificial pitches at Gateshead International Stadium.