Albion fans have been told they have a big part to play as WSL action returns to Sussex.

The Seagulls host Arsenal at the Broadfield Stadium today (2pm) in their first sell-out at the venue.

It is another big test for Albion, who drew 2-2 with Manchester United a fortnight ago before winning at Manchester City last Sunday.

A record crowd for a game at Crawley will hope for similar entertainment as they saw on Guy Fawkes Night - and a result to match last Sunday’s on the Etihad campus.

A large proportion of United supporters swelled the attendance at the last home game and Arsenal will be well backed today.

Albion head coach Phillips said: “We know our next performance has to be just as focused, just as intense and even better with the ball.

“We’re excited to be home again this weekend.

“The atmosphere was electric against Manchester United and we hope for the same thing.

“We need all of our own fans there to will us on.

“We need a big performance from them as well on the weekend ahead.”