Queen’s Park Women Vs Boroughmuir Thistle Preview

Queen’s Park are back in SWPL 2 action on Wednesday, 16th June as they host Boroughmuir Thistle at the Nethercraigs Football Complex in Glasgow. The match kicks-off at 7:00 PM. Spectators are allowed, but they must adhere to the current Scottish Government guidelines and social distancing rules at all times.


The SWPL 2 league table as of Sunday, 13th June 2021.

This Wednesday, Stirling University take on Kilmarnock at home, Dundee United travel to Glasgow to face Glasgow Women at Greenfield Park, St Johnstone host Aberdeen at McDiarmid Park, while Hamilton Academical host Partick Thistle at the Fountain of Youth Stadium. A list of the full fixtures can be found here


The most recent meeting between the two sides came in the SWPL 2 on Wednesday, 4th November 2020 at the Meggetland Sports Complex in Edinburgh. Helen Templeton opened the scoring for the hosts in the 15th minute, but second-half goals from Mhairi Crooks, Mhairi Fyfe and Sophie McGoldrick secured all three points for the Spiders. A full match report can be read here.

Just like the Spiders, Boroughmuir Thistle were promoted to the SWPL 2 following a successful 2019 in the now-defunct SWFL 1 South. In the first part of the 2020/21 season, they recorded 3 wins and 7 losses, scoring 11 goals and conceding 27. Boroughmuir started the second half of the season with a 3–1 away loss to Partick Thistle, with Beth MacLeod scoring in the 82nd minute for the visitors. Last Wednesday, they lost 3–1 to Kilmarnock, before drawing, 1–1, with Stirling University at home last Sunday; this time, Fiona Gibson was on the scoresheet for the Edinburgh side. With only three points separating the sides, we can expect a hard-fought encounter between two teams that are both looking to get back to winning ways and finish the season on a high.


Queen’s Park
League table: 7th place (13 points)
Form: L-L-L-L-L (last five matches)
Top goalscorer(s): Louisa Boyes (4)

Boroughmuir Thistle
League table: 9th place (10 points)
Form: W-L-L-L-L (last five matches)
Top goalscorer(s): Beth MacLeod and Helen Templeton (3)

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Privacy policy