The Belles continue their quest in the Sheffield and Hallamshire FA Senior Cup as they host Dronfield Town in the quarter-final tie.
The game has been switched to the 3G pitch at the Eco-Power Stadium due to the Iqbal Poultry Stadium playing surface being deemed unplayable.
The Belles are seeking to at least match last season’s run to the final of the competition and have been ruthless in their attempts so far.
FC Manton of Worksop and Millmoor Juniors Development were dispatched 8-0 and 13-0 respectively in previous rounds.
East Midlands Division One North side Dronfield have beaten Maltby Juniors, Hemsworth Miners Welfare and Brunsmeer Athletic to reach this stage - edging past the latter on penalties after a 2-2 draw.
Town are unbeaten in six in all competitions and have only lost once this term. They currently sit six points off top spot in their division - two tiers below the Belles - with three games in hand.
The Belles are seeking to build on last weekend’s dramatic 2-2 draw with Stockport County where all four goals came in the last ten minutes.
Kids go free for this weekend’s game. Anyone aged 17 or under can claim a free ticket when accompanied by an adult.
Adult tickets are priced at £4 while those aged 14 to 17-years-old not accompanied by an adult can gain entry for £3.
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