Manchester City v Manchester United: Women’s Super League – live | Women’s Super League

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United’s visit will be City’s first game at the Etihad this season, with the 7,000-capacity Joie Stadium across Ashton New Road their regular home. More than 43,000 people were at Old Trafford in November and expectations are for a similar crowd on Saturday.

Team news

City are unchanged; United bring in the Brazilian attacker Geyse for Melvine Malard.

Manchester City (possible 4-1-2-3) Keating; Casparij, Aleixandri, Greenwood, Ouahabi; Hasegawa; Park, Coombs; Fowler, Shaw, Hemp.
Substitutes: MacIver, Stokes, Houghton, Kelly, Angeldahl, Morgan, Blindkilde Brown, Mace, Kennedy.

Manchester United (possible 4-2-1-3) Earps; Riviere, Le Tissier, Turner, Blundell; Zelem, Naalsund; Toone; Geyse, Parris, L Garcia.
Substitutes: Tullis-Joyce, Evans, Mannion, Rabjohn, Aherne, Irene G, Ladd, Malard, Williams.

Your team to take on United! 🩵

XI | Keating, Aleixandri, Greenwood (C), Coombs, Fowler, Hemp, Ouahabi, Park, Casparij, Shaw, Hasegawa

SUBS | MacIver, Stokes, Houghton, Kelly, Angeldahl, Morgan, Blindkilde Brown, Mace, Kennedy#ManCity | @etihad

— Man City Women (@ManCityWomen) March 23, 2024


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Hello and welcome to live coverage of the Manchester derby at the Etihad. United are not in the title race this season, a source of frustration too all concerned, but they are still a huge part of it. Their matches against City today and Chelsea on the last day of the season may well decide who finishes as champion.

City’s run of ten straight legs wins started in the return fixture. They were sixth going into that game. Now they are second, behind Chelsea only on goal difference. Chelsea play West Ham tomorrow, so even a draw today will put City top. But they won’t be thinking like that.

Kick off 12.30pm.


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