“We’ll be looking for improvements in a number of areas and hopefully that will stand us in good stead come Sunday.”
“What we can do is get the coaching points across to the girls and hopefully they’ll start putting scoring. I know it’s a confidence thing as well when you’re in front of goal, but we shall what happens at the weekend.
“I'm disappointed with the fact that we’re not putting our chances away, but it’s not a quick-fix situation.
“Our preparations will be geared towards doing the best we can to compete and we have rectified a few things after last week’s performance against Portsmouth.
He told seagulls.co.uk, “It’s not ideal to have five key players out, but I am hoping that those fringe players make the step-up and stake their claims for places in the team.
Albion have been hit by the absence of five key players ahead of this weekend’s trip to Devon, including Sophie Perry (international duty), Charlotte Young (unavailable), Charlotte Gurr (knee), Vicky Ashton-Jones (knee) and Lisa Fulgence (shoulder).
Brighton & Hove Albion women manager James Marrs says now is the time for his side’s fringe players to stake their claims for a first-team place as they travel to Plymouth on Sunday.
“I shall be expecting another tough game as anyone can beat anyone on their day in this league. If you look at their [Plymouth] result last week when they beat Cardiff 2-1, it just proves that there are no weak teams in this league and we’ll be expecting just as tough a test on Sunday as Portsmouth last week.”
“We’re going there on the Saturday, so it is a really good opportunity for the girls to be together on the way up and also stay in a hotel overnight, which makes it feel more professional.
“It’s always nice to go away and explore new grounds and for the girls to spend some quality time together.
The Albion manager also believes that the build-up to Sunday’s game will be a good opportunity for some team bonding, with the squad due to travel down the previous day.