Surrey Storm will look to return to winning ways as they host UWS Sirens at Surrey Sports Park.
With both sides level on points in the Vitality Netball Superleague, Storm will be determined to bring home the win.
Storm remain without sharp shooter Rhea Dixon who has missed recent matches with concussion.
Meanwhile there is plenty of competition for places in the mid-court, with the likes of Yasmin Parsons and Georgia Lees continuing to put in impressive performances.
Sirens are led by Head Coach Tanya Dearns, who joined the franchise for the 2018 season, and currently sit 8th in the Vitality Netball Superleague.
The visitors are on a hot streak at present, with two out of their three league wins so far coming in their most recent matches.
In a bank holiday double-header at the Emirates Arena, Sirens recorded an impressive 51-42 win over Team Bath; before a convincing 65-43 victory over Celtic Dragons.
Last time out:
=Storm travelled north of the border on 28th April and returned home with a 58-44 win.
Fantastic defensive performances from Jo Trip and Katy Holland, combined with a 93% shooting rate from Sigi Burger, helped Tania Hoffman’s side claim a comfortable win.
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