Man United (W) will host their local rivals Man City (W) at Leigh Sports Village on Saturday in the Womens Super League fixture. Although Man City (W) have dominated the fixture with 2 victories and a draw in their last 3 meetings against Man United (W), they have lost all their last 3 England WSL fixtures consecutively hence likely to lose the Manchester Derby. Manchester United (W) have won 3 of their last 4 WSL games hence a victory against Man City (W) could take them to the top positions of England Women Super League Table with 12 points.
Chelsea (W) will be looking forward to bounce back to winning ways after drawing their most recent match 3-3 against Wolfburg (W) in UWCL; when they host Leceister City (W) this weekend. Chelsea will be depending on Kerr and Kirby to score early goals but Leceister City (W) are prepared to upset the hosts and force atleast a draw. If Chelsea draw against Leceister City they will drop to position 4 in the WSL table with 10 points.
Arsenal (W) lost 4-1 to Barcelona (W) in the UEFA Women Champions League hence unlikey to recover before facing Everton (W) in the England Women Super League this weekend. Arsenal (W) Four matches winning streak in the WSL is likely to end this weekend when they face 8th placed Everton (W) who have strong defence that can contain Little, Mead, Miedemma and McCabe. Arsenal will remain at the top positions even if they lose to Everton in the Engalnd Women Super League Table with 12 points but their opponents are likely to climb to the top half of WSL Table.
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