WSL: Man City Vs Tottenham Live on Sky

Man City Women vs Tottenham Women: Team news and stats; kickoff at 6.45 pm

News from the team

Filippa Angeldahl, and Alanna Kennedy could be the ones to win.Man City debuts. Georgia Stanway and Ellen White, who were unable to attend the shocking Champions League exit from Real Madrid are available.

Keira Walsh, Lucy Bronze, and Ellie Roebuck are still out of commission. Chloe Kelly, a long-term absentee from the injury to her knee, continues to recover but won’t be available until next year.

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New Tottenham midfielder Maeva Clemaron reflects on her experience of playing at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and reveals that her talents aren’t confined to the football pitch!

No new injuries are reported.TottenhamThere could also be players who are in line to make their debuts.

Tinja-Riikka Corpela, Asmita Beer, Molly Bartrip, and Maeva Clemaron made their Spurs debuts last weekend. Jiali Tang, Chioma Umbogagu, and Asmita Ale also made their Spurs starts.

What to do?

Sunday, 12 September at 6:30pm
Start at 6:45 pm

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Live coverage of Man City Women vs Tottenham Women on Sky Sports Football starting at 6pm, kickoff at 6.45pm. Sky Sports customers have the opportunity to view in-game highlights on the Sky Sportswebsite. Shortly after the end of the match, highlights will be posted on Sky Sports’ digital platforms as well as the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel.

Scott: Belief can push Man City in WSL this season

Jill Scott

Jill Scott has returned to Manchester City after a loan season at Everton Women. In an exclusive interview with Sky Sports’ Charlotte Marsh, she stated that it was good to return.

Man City is now aiming for success in domestic politics after four years of being runners-up at the WSL.

Scott explained that some of the football played by this team last season was “some of it”, speaking prior to City’s Champions League defeat.

It’s amazing to see the team’s talent from an outside perspective. Maybe you don’t pay attention and just keep going day-to–day. It is worth believing in this talent, it’s there. This team can be challenging for anyone.

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Manchester City Women head coach Gareth Taylor has urged a rethink of the women’s football calendar after his side exited the Champions League following a shortened pre-season

According to Gareth Taylor, the girls have really loved it. It’s different when new managers arrive. They’ll have different tactics.

It’s great that there’s so much detail about the pitch. Everton taught me a new style of play, and that is the best thing about football.

As the season progressed, it became clear that Gareth had certain goals for the pitch. It was difficult to put them into practice immediately. You could also see more of Gareth’s patterns in the play after Christmas and other things.

As with any job, it’s normal to have a transition period after you’ve been with a manager for some time. But I believe the girls did a great job. We know that they won the FA Cup, which guaranteed Champions League football. But we know we need to keep pushing and strive for more silverware.

Find out more from Scott’s chat with Sky Sports…

Last time out…

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Manchester City Women got their Women’s Super League title charge off to the perfect start, as they stormed to a 4-0 win over Everton at Goodison Park

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Highlights from Tottenham’s win against Birmingham in their Women’s Super League season opener

Opta Stats

  • Manchester City has won the Women’s Super League matches with Spurs three times, conceding just twice and scoring three goals each.
  • Manchester City have not lost any of their six home WSL campaigns’ first six games. They alternate between wins and draws (W3D3). Last season, they were tied 0-0 against Brighton.
  • Tottenham Hotspur’s two Women’s Super League wins have all been 1-0 over Birmingham City. Prior to this win, they were unbeaten in 10 league matches (D2L8).
  • Manchester City has won 15 out of 16 Women’s Super League matches. They only lost points to Chelsea last season in a draw of 2-2 at home. City has a goal differential of +46 (51) during this period.
  • Tottenham Hotspur has kept twice as many clean sheets (two) in their league match as their 20 Women’s Super League matches.
  • Manchester City’s six losses in Women’s Super League in recent years have been at home. Their last defeat against Reading was in April 2018. The current streak of unbeaten home games for City (W27D6) is almost as long as their record-breaking run of 18 games against Arsenal, which ended in November 2018.
  • Khadija “Bunny” Shaw of Manchester City, scored her first goal against Everton via MD1. She has now scored 23 goals in 21 league matches (22 for Bordeaux) since the beginning of this season.
  • Spurs’ Kit Graham scored consecutive goals in Women’s Super League matches after going 22 games with no goal. This earned her team a 1-0 victory over Birmingham City.
  • Steph Houghton, Man City’s captain, scored her 10th free kick goal on MD1 in Women’s Super League against Everton. Houghton scored 14.5 per cent of all direct free kick goals during the competition’s history (11/69), four more than any other participant.

Publited Fri, 10 Sep 2021 at 17:49:04 +0000

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