OXFORD United Women look to start climbing back up the table on Sunday.

The U’s host London Bees (2pm) in their first FA Women’s National League Southern Premier game for three weeks.

Liam Gilbert’s side have not played since beating rivals Swindon Town 5-0 in the National League Cup on October 9.

United have slipped to seventh in the table, but they have at least two games in hand on the four teams immediately above them.

Bees are below the U’s on goal difference, despite having played three more matches.

But they arrive boosted by a 5-1 win at MK Dons Women and 4-0 home victory over Gillingham Women in the last two weeks.

United are aiming to extend their perfect home record – they have won all four games at Court Place Farm this season, scoring 15 goals and conceding once.