West Ham United Women v Tottenham Hotspur
Barclays Women’s Super League, Chigwell Construction Stadium, Saturday 27 May, 2.30pm BST
West Ham United Women will conclude their 2022/23 Barclays Women's Super League campaign with a London derby as Tottenham Hotspur make the trip to east London.
Paul Konchesky's Irons will welcome Spurs to Chigwell Construction Stadium on Saturday 27 May, with the home side looking to end the season with a fantastic week of results after beating Leicester City 2-1 at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.
Tottenham, meanwhile, ended a run of five league matches without a win with a 4-1 demolition of Reading at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last weekend.
Only one place and three points separate the Hammers and Spurs, and Saturday's visitors know a win over West Ham would see them jump above the hosts in the final Barclays WSL standings.
Read on for all the information you need about Saturday's Barclays WSL season finale!
Tickets for Tottenham Hotspur's visit to Chigwell Construction Stadium are still available to purchase!
Tickets are available at the link here with Adult tickets priced from £13, and Concessions just £5!
A limited number of tickets also be available from the Ticket Office at Chigwell Construction Stadium on the day, priced from as little as £13 for Adults and £5 for Juniors!
How to follow…
Saturday's Barclays WSL match against Tottenham Hotspur will be broadcast live on The FA Player, with coverage beginning just before the scheduled 2.30pm kick-off.
Live updates from all the action at Chigwell Construction Stadium will be available on our Twitter, while coverage from the match - including reaction and highlights - will be available after the final whistle on the Club website.
Fans attending Saturday's fixture at Chigwell Construction Stadium should note that parking is not available at the ground, so supporters are advised to make use of public transport.
If you are driving to the ground from the north, leave the M25 at Junction 27 and take the M11 towards London. At the end of the M11 continue onto the A406 towards Docklands (A13) and London City Airport. At the intersection with the A13, turn onto this road in the direction of the Dartford Crossing.
At the junction with the A1306, leave the A13 and join the A1306 towards Dagenham. At the third set of traffic lights turn left just before the McDonalds into Ballards Road. At the end of this road, you will come to a large roundabout.
Turn left and proceed up Rainham Road South, passing Dagenham East tube station on the left and Victoria Road is a quarter of a mile further on, on the same side of the road.
If driving to the ground from the south, leave the M25 at Junction 31 and take the A13 towards Central London. Exit the A13 onto the slip road, signposted Dagenham/Dagenham East. At the end of the slip road at the double roundabout turn right, then go under the A13. At the T-junction turn left onto the A1306. At the second set of lights turn right onto the B178.
At the end of this road you will come to a large roundabout. Turn left and proceed up Rainham Road South, passing Dagenham East tube station on the left and Victoria Road is a quarter of a mile further on, on the same side of the road.
Supporters are advised to check their journeys before travel, with resources such as TfL's Journey Planner or the TfL Go app helping to plan your journey.
Supporters may also wish to visit the National Rail website to plan their journey if travelling on the rail network.
Jess Ziu remains the only long-term absentee for West Ham United Women. The Republic of Ireland international is continuing her rehabilitation from an ACL injury sustained against London City Lionesses in October.
Abbey-Leigh Stringer also remains a doubt for the season finale.
Amber Tysiak has impressed since making her first start versus Chelsea last Wednesday and the January signing could be in line for a third successive place in the starting XI on Saturday.
Manager Paul Konchesky could keep faith with the same team secured a huge three points against Leicester City last time out, which would mean the likes of Anouk Denton, Amalie Thestrup and Emma Snerle retain their places.
It has been an interesting season for Tottenham Hotspur.
After finishing fifth in 2021/22, Spurs have found themselves battling at the bottom of the Barclays Women’s Super League table rather than towards the top four.
A poor start to the campaign saw Tottenham right at the heart of the battle to stay in the WSL, although the Club have moved clear of the drop following a shrewd piece of business in the January window.
Record arrival Bethany England has been crucial to the upturn in performance, although her goals have still only brought one win in the last five league matches. Spurs run of nine straight defeats saw them dismiss Rehanne Skinner as manager in March too.
Now with Vicky Jepson at the helm, England’s brace in the 4-1 victory over Reading last time out took her to 12 goals in the WSL this season and, as it stands, the former Chelsea striker will be a key player as Spurs seek to push on next campaign.
Seeking to avenge the 2-0 defeat suffered at the hands of West Ham United at the end of last year, Tottenham travel to east London knowing the importance of a win to ending the season far better than it seemed to be heading.
While both sides’ WSL status is intact for 2023/24, the winner of this fixture is likely to beat the other into eighth place come the conclusion of this campaign.
The winner of the 2022/23 Women's Hammer of the Year award, as voted for by the Claret and Blue Army, will be revealed prior to kick-off on Saturday.
The winning Hammer will be presented with the trophy prior to the match against Tottenham Hotspur.
Midfielder Kate Longhurst has won the Women's Hammer of the Year award twice, being crowned in 2021/22 and 2019/20.
Former captain Gilly Flaherty is also a two-time winner, receiving the honour in the team's maiden professional campaign in 2018/19, and in 2020/21.