ALBION's next home game in the Barclays Women's Super League will be played at the Amex.

The fixture against promoted Leicester City will take place on Sunday 14 November, kick off 2pm.

Albion kicked off the new season at the Amex when they beat West Ham United 2-0 in September, and head coach Hope Powell is delighted her players will get another opportunity to play there.

The team have usually played their fixtures at The People's Pension Stadium in Crawley.

Albion are currently fifth in the table after ending Tottenham's unbeaten record with a 2-1 win on Sunday, and they face Arsenal in the semi-finals of the Vitality FA Cup on 31 October.

Powell said, "The players loved playing the West Ham game at the Amex. The crowd were brilliant and really got behind the team, and for our younger players in particular, it was a fantastic experience to play in such a great stadium.

"We're really pleased to be back at the Amex next month.

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"We've got some important games before then, but we're looking forward to facing Leicester, hopefully in front of another really big crowd."

Leicester City are currently bottom of the table, having lost every one of their first five games this season. The Foxes have conceded 13 goals in the process and have only netted on two occasions.