This weekend in the WSL, Manchester United will look to extend their lead at the peak of the WSL table when they take on bottom club Leicester City.
It’s been a tough season for Leicester so far – they’ve won just two of their 12 WSL games this season, losing the other ten. United are top of the WSL table, but the team in second, Chelsea, have a game in hand over the Red Devils.
Manchester City will play Tottenham at the weekend, as the Sky Blues look to continue their own title challenge. City are on a good run, having beaten Arsenal by a score of 2-1 in their last league game.
Spurs, on the other hand, have not had it all their own way. Despite a strong start to the season, they have now lost their last seven WSL games. Could this finally be the game where they break their unenviable losing streak?
Elsewhere in the WSL, Aston Villa will take on Everton. The two clubs are fifth and sixth respectively – there’s still plenty of time left in the season for both teams to mount a late title challenge, as unlikely as it may seem at this stage.
Additionally, Reading will look to clamber out of the relegation zone when they take on West Ham United. It’s been a particularly bumpy campaign for the Royals, having won just two games all season – but West Ham haven’t scored a goal in the WSL since December. Can Reading take advantage of West Ham’s woes in front of goal?