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Express FM To Provide Commentary Of Pompey Women's FAWNL Cup Semi-Final Tie

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The broadcast of Sunday's clash with Nottingham Forest will commence at 1pm for a 2pm kick-off.

Over The White Line host Henry Deacon will be accompanied by The Football Hour's Jake Smith at the Halbrooke Stadium this weekend to provide full, uninterrupted commentary of Nottingham Forest Women vs Portsmouth Women in the FA Women's National League Cup.

This match joins a long list of Pompey Women's games that Express FM have been proud to cover this season - January's Vitality Women's FA Cup defeat to London City Lionesses at Princes Park the last time Jay Sadler's side featured on the airwaves.

As things stand, the Pompey Women sit top of the FA Women's National League - Southern Premier Division after taking 34 points from their 16 matches played so far, altNForestWhough Oxford United are lurking just a point behind in 2nd place with 2 games in hand.

Prior to a 2-0 defeat away at Watford last Wednesday (February 22nd), the Blues had gone 5 games unbeaten in all competitions.

To reach the final 4 of this competition, Pompey secured a 3-0 victory away at Plymouth Argyle at the Quarter-Final stage whereas their opponents, Nottingham Forest, had to get past Burnley, winning by 2 goals to 1.

The winner of this match will face either Watford or Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Women's National League Cup Final at Burton Albion's Pirelli Stadium on Sunday the 23rd of April.

Join Robbie James, Henry Deacon and Jake Smith for full coverage of this Semi-Final tie from 1 O'Clock this Sunday (March 5th) afternoon - Kick-off: 2pm.

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