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The latest team news and stats for the Women’s Premier League match this weekend, including Tottenham vs West Ham live on Sky Sports on Sunday.

Man United Women’s vs Birmingham Women’s – Saturday, 12 noon

Team news

Manchester United They have conflicting news ahead of hosting Birmingham, with Kirsty Smith, Carrie Jones and Jackie Groen all back in training and likely to be involved in the match.

However, Lucy Stanforth’s knee injury will miss Saturday’s game.

Birmingham You also have one notable absentee with Marie Hourihane as well, but Emily Whelan is available after recovering from Covid-19. On-loan goalkeeper Emily Ramsey could face the parent club after keeping a clean sheet against Arsenal last weekend.

Eight stats

  • Manchester United have won all three of their previous Women’s World Championship encounters with Birmingham City by a aggregate score of 9-2.
  • Manchester United are looking to win their third consecutive game in the Women’s Premier League, something they haven’t managed yet this season. They haven’t won a treble in a row without conceding in the same campaign since October 2019.
  • Birmingham City beat Arsenal in their last game. Birmingham started today at the bottom of the table and has not won a league match since November 2020, while Arsenal started today at the top of the table and have not lost a league match since February 2021.
  • After winning their last home game against Aston Villa 5-0, Manchester United can win back-to-back matches at home for the first time under Mark Skinner in the Women’s Football League. They scored as many goals in their win over Villa as they scored in their previous four home games under Skinner (5).

How to follow: Follow the latest results across the Sky Sports digital platforms with the most important matches available from midnight on Sunday.

Aston Villa, Man City, and MAN – Saturday 12:30pm

Team news

Anna Patten can make her debut Aston Villa Having been signed on loan from Arsenal last week, but there is less good news for the hosts, as Remy Allen, Ramona Petzelberger and Elisha Ndo look likely to miss Saturday’s game with Manchester City.

The Asian Cup robs Villanes of Australian international Emily Jelinek, while Manchester They are also without Hayley Raso and Alana Kennedy who are also part of the Australia squad.

Elle Roebuck and Chloe Kelly will surely miss the chance for visitors while Caroline Weir is also suspicious.

Eight stats

  • In the history of the Women’s Football Association, only Yeovil (5.4 against Chelsea) and Doncaster (5 against Man City) have conceded more goals on average per game than Aston Villa in their three games with the Citizens (4.7).
  • Manchester City won three consecutive Women’s Football League matches in one season for the first time in 12 matches between December 2020 and April 2021, scoring 14 goals in those three matches.
  • Aston Villa have conceded three goals and none have scored in the opening 15 minutes of FA WSL matches this season – the -3 goal difference during this period of play is the worst of any team this season.
  • Manchester City have won 11 of their last 13 away matches in the FA WSL (D1 L1), including each of their last three matches. Their 6-0 win over Brighton last saw them keep a clean sheet on the road for only the second time this season in league matches.
  • Aston Villa have attempted only six shots after high turnovers this season in the Women’s Football League, the fewest from any side.

How to follow: Follow the latest results across the Sky Sports digital platforms with the most important matches available from midnight on Sunday.

Leicester Women vs Brighton Women – Sunday, 2pm

Team news

summer Lister It looks like signing Abe Grant will finally complete the club’s first 90 minutes of WSL after coming through unscathed during their midweek Continental Cup defeat to Manchester City.

The Foxes have no new injury fears from that game and may welcome the return of Jesse Siegsworth and Natasha Flint, who missed out on defeat to Reading in the club’s last league game.

There should be no new problems for Brighton Although, Hope Powell may be eager to turn her back on City’s 6-0 defeat last weekend.

But Rensola Babajide, who was on loan with The Seagull in the first half of the season, left to join Spain’s Real Betis.

Eight stats

  • The only previous meeting between Leicester and Brighton in any competition was the reverse game between the two teams in November, with The Seagulls winning 1-0 at home.
  • Brighton have lost all of their last three Premier League matches, failing to score one goal while conceding 10 goals. Al Nawras lost their last four consecutive matches in this competition in December 2018.
  • Leicester City won their last Premier League game against Birmingham City and could win back-to-back matches at home in that time since winning their last eight home matches in the FA Women’s Championship last season.
  • None of Brighton’s last 21 matches of the Women’s Football League have finished, with 11 wins and 10 losses. Only one team has run longer matches without a tie in the Women’s Football League – Arsenal between April 2018 and November 2020 (46 matches).
  • Leicester have scored just five goals after 11 Premier League games this season. The last team to score fewer goals at this point was Liverpool in the 2019-20 season (3). If they failed to score in this match, only Yeovil Town in 2017-18 (0) would have scored less after 12 games.

How to follow: Catch the latest news on our dedicated live blog across the Sky Sports digital platforms with match highlights available from midnight on Monday.

Arsenal Women’s Club vs Reading Women – Sunday, 2.30pm

Team news

Stian Blackstein in line for her Arsenal Debuting after signing with the club this week, Tobin Heath and Leah Williamson, who have both struggled with injury, may add more options to Jonas Edvall as they return to training.

Caitlin Forward, Steve Catley and Lydia Williams are out of international duty at the Asian Cup.

Nothing has changed in reading Camp with the possibility of Kelly Chambers naming a team unchanged from the side that beat Leicester last weekend.

Eight stats

  • Arsenal have won nine out of 11 women’s Premier League matches with Reading (D2), and maintained their 100% home win record in this match (5/5).
  • Only Notts County (12 vs Arsenal and Birmingham) have faced an opponent more often without a single win from Reading’s 11 matches with Arsenal within WSL.
  • Arsenal have scored exactly six goals in each of their last two league matches at home with Reading (6-0 in 2018 and 6-1 in 2020), scoring three goals in the first and second half of both games.
  • After losing five consecutive FA WSL games without scoring between May and October, Reading has since won five of its last six (D1) matches, keeping two clean sheets in all five wins.
  • Reading has won each of its last three FA WSL games, and can win four consecutive games in competition for the first time.
  • Arsenal’s Beth Meade (34) needs another help to equalize Karen Carney (35) as the most assisted player in the history of the Women’s Premier League.

How to follow: Catch the latest news on our dedicated live blog across the Sky Sports digital platforms with match highlights available from midnight on Monday.

Tottenham vs West Ham Women – Sunday, 6.45pm, live on Sky Sports

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Sunday January 16 6:30 pm


Team news

spurs She lost out on Tang Jiali, Kia Simon and Cho Soo Hyun who were out of international service at the Asian Cup.

Evelina Sumanin is the newcomer to the Tottenham camp but will miss Sunday’s game.

West Ham They are finally back in action after a long wait with two new faces, Haley Hussein and Emma Snirl, on the team after signing earlier this month.

Absences in the Asian Cup hit the Hammers as well, which means that Mackenzie Arnold, Tamika Yallop and Yui Hasegawa are all unavailable.

Adriana Leon is also absent with a knee injury.

Eight stats

  • Tottenham have only lost one of their previous five Premier League matches with West Ham (W3 D1), although it was in the opposite game in November, with Dagny Brynjarsdottir scoring the only goal of the match for Hammers.
  • West Ham failed to win any of their first WSL matches in the calendar year, with Hammers only taking one point in those matches (D1 L3).
  • Spurs have had 23 points from their last 11 WSL matches (W7 D2 L2), just one point lower than their 25 matches in the first division (W6 D6 L13).
  • No team has recovered more points from the losing positions than Tottenham in the Women’s Premier League this season (7, as Man City), who have won two of the five games they are behind (D1 L2).
  • West Ham are the only team to have not conceded a single goal in the first 30 minutes of a WFL game this season – the first to conceded came in the 33rd minute (Inessa Kagman for Brighton in September).

How to follow: Watch the women’s match between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham on Sky Sports Football from 6:30 pm on Sunday; The match kicks off at 6.45pm. Follow the latest news on our dedicated live blog across the digital platforms of Sky Sports, including in-game clips and free match highlights shortly after full time.

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