Queen’s Park Women Vs Dundee United Women Preview

Queen’s Park return to Scottish Women’s Premier League 2 action on Sunday afternoon, when they host Dundee United at the Nethercraigs Sports Complex in the Southside of Glasgow. The match kicks-off at 2:15 PM. Spectators are welcome, but they must adhere to the current Scottish Government guidelines and social distancing rules at all times.


This Sunday, Glasgow Women host Boroughmuir Thistle at New Tinto Park, while Stirling University face Kilmarnock at home. A list of the full fixtures can be found here.


Queen’s Park have already faced Dundee United once this season, when they made the trip to the Regional Performance Centre on Sunday, 19th September 2021. Dundee United won the match 3–1. Cara Anderson scored her first goal for the Spiders, while Rachel Todd (x2) and Alex Robson got on the scoresheet for the hosts. A full match report can be read here

Dundee United are still unbeaten in the SWPL 2 this season, having won 4 of their 5 games, scoring 13 goals and conceding just 4. They won against Stirling University (5–1), Kilmarnock (3–1), Queen’s Park (3–1), and Boroughmuir Thistle (2 –1); their only draw came against Glasgow Women (0–0) on 26th September, away from home.

Head Coach Barry Rodgers said: “We’re looking forward to it. It will be a challenging game, we obviously know Dundee United and the quality they’ve got – they’ll pose a threat, so we need to be ready for that and we need to be fully focused. We’ve enjoyed the break, we had a couple of weeks off from competitive action and we had a bit of time off to reset ourselves. We got a lot done on the training pitch as well.”

“We’ve also brought in a couple of new players who’ve added to our squad, so we’re progressing all the time,” he added. The Spiders have signed Central Girls, University of South Alabama and Hamilton Academical midfielder Ellie Kane, and former Celtic, Hamilton Academical and Motherwell midfielder Nicole Cairney. “It should be a match where we can go and test ourselves, and we hope we can take something positive from it.”

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