BRADFORD City Women hope they can finally capture their first win since the opening day of the Women's Premier League when they host sixth-placed Chester-le-street Town tomorrow.

City were edged out 1-0 in the reverse fixture while there was some positives to take away from their 2-0 defeat last week to Newcastle.

Manager Chris Hames thought Bradford deserved more from the game with their depleted squad and where both goals carried a level of good fortune for the hosts.

Hames is still confident that City can improve on past performances, although he does appreciate that his side need to be more ruthless in front of goal.

With top scorer Falone Sumaili still away on international duty with Burundi, it is likely that Amelia White will once again step up from the reserves to play some part in the game.

City Women's reserves are at home to Middlesbrough in a bottom of the table clash at Rawdon Meadows.

The reserves are still on the hunt for a first win of the season while Boro sit just one place above but have won two of their six games.