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Dec 05, 2008   |  2:37PM AET

Victory Women out to consolidate top four spot

Victory Women out to consolidate top four spot

Melbourne Victory Women will look to consolidate its position in the Westfield W-League top four when it hosts Newcastle Jets Women at Epping Stadium this Saturday (kick off 7pm).

Melbourne Victory Women will look to consolidate its position in the Westfield W-League top four when it hosts Newcastle Jets Women at Epping Stadium this Saturday (kick off 7pm).

Victory Women returned to the top echelon of the Westfield W-League table with a convincing win over Adelaide United Women at Hindmarsh Stadium last week, which was the team-s second road trip in as many weeks.

Victory Women will welcome back Laura Alleway and Megan Archer to the match day squad after both missed the 3-0 triumph over the South Australian side.

But Victory Women will face a slick opponent on Saturday night in Newcastle, which currently sits in second spot and is coming off an impressive 4-2 away win against Central Coast Mariners Women.

Victory Women will need to keep a close eye on young Jets star Emily Van Egmond, who put in a head turning performance last week, scoring an impressive brace.

However, Victory Women will be encouraged by last week-s performance of Selin Kuralay, who also scored twice.

”It was a good performance last week and we will look to build on it,” Victory Women Coach Matt Shepherd said.

”It-s nice to be home again after playing two fixtures away back-to-back.

”Hopefully we can put in another strong performance.”

Saturday-s match will be the first and only time that Victory Women will host a fixture at Epping Stadium this season.

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