Sheffield United's women's team face their last and longest away trip of their opening FA Women's Championship campaign this weekend as Carla Ward takes her side to Lewes looking for another three points.
Fran Alonso's side's draw with Aston Villa on Sunday means it would take a big turnaround for the Blades to now finish any lower than fifth in the table as Ward looks to ensure her team make it six wins in a row on the south coast on Sunday.
Lewes sit ninth in the Championship, 11 points behind United, but only lost their last home game 1-0 against a solid Durham side and beat Millwall 2-0 in the match before that.
The Blades are coming into the game off the back of one of their most convincing wins of the season. Despite not being their best performance in the current run of wins, goals from Danielle Cox, Veatriki Sarri, Bex Rayner and Jade Pennock saw off London Bees 4-1 at Olympic Legacy Park on Saturday evening.
The return fixture between the sides last year culminated in United running out 3-2 winners in a thrilling encounter in Sheffield which saw teenager Izzy Ford score her first goal for the club on her first start.
Jade Pennock will be looking to score for an incredible sixth game running after once again finding the net in the final minutes against London Bees.
A win for the Blades would wrap up fifth place but with just one match remaining at home to Millwall before the end of the season, it's already been a more than successful season for Ward and her team as they look to end their away campaign on a high this weekend.