The final home match of 2022 see’s City welcome Hibernian to Petershill Park in the Scottish Women’s Premier League.
It’s the next instalment of one of Scottish women’s football’s biggest fixtures as Hibernian travel to Petershill Park.
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If you are unable to make it to Petershill Park on Sunday, you can keep up to date with all the action on our social channels. Kick off is at 4pm.
Sunday’s match will also see both Glasgow City and Hibernian take part in Shelter Scotland’s No Home Kit campaign.
Hibernian are very well known to all Glasgow City supporters with a rivalry stretching back years. Many cup finals and league deciders have been played between the two and this weekend will see the next chapter be written.
Having moved grounds this season, Hibs started the season slowly but have begun finding form in recent weeks including reaching next weekend’s Sky Sports Cup final.
Dean Gibson’s side has a blend of youth and experience with players that have been at the club for years including captain Joelle Murray and fellow centre back Siobhan Hunter while youngsters Eilidh Adams and Rosie Livingstone have been on the scoresheet this season.
Glasgow City and Hibernian have met twice already this season with a win apiece. City secured three points in the SWPL fixture at Meadowbank Stadium with four first half goals. Lauren Davidson, Emily Whelan and Kinga Kozak all got on the scoresheet that night.
The Leith side were victorious in the Sky Sports Cup Semi Final meeting between the sides last month with a Krystyna Freda double for Hibs being the difference. Mairead Fulton scored for City.
After a poor start to the season by their standards, Hibs have improved and are unbeaten in their last six matches in all competitions and currently sit just inside the top half of the table.
Last time out, Hibernian scored late on to draw one all with Edinburgh rivals Hearts.
Glasgow City sit top of the SWPL with ten wins and a draw from the opening round of fixtures.
City’s last match saw us beat Partick Thistle 4-1.
SWPL Fixtures this Weekend:
Glasgow Women v Rangers (13:00)
Hearts v Hamilton Academical (15:00)
Aberdeen v Spartans (16:00)
Glasgow City v Hibernian (16:00)
Celtic v Dundee United (16:10)