DONCASTER Rovers Belles hit the road again in the Women’s Super League tomorrow when they take on fourth-placed Chelsea.
The Londoners gave Belles a lesson in finishing when the two sides met earlier in the season at the Keepmoat Stadium.
“They won 4-1 that night but there wasn’t three goals in it,” said Belles boss John Buckley. “It was that game which convinced me that we needed another centre-back and I brought Rhonda Jones in during the window.”
Jones made her debut for Belles when the WSL resumed after its 10 week break in Sunday’s 3-0 defeat away to leaders Birmingham.
He plans at least one change in tomorrow’s game at Tooting & Mitchum with Abby Prosser set to start.
“She came off the bench and did well and made an impact so I’m definitely going to play her,” said Buckley.
Of the Chelsea game, he added: “We’ve just got to go down there and do our best.”