Our high-flying Women’s team will be seeking to maintain top spot in the FA Women’s Super League when we play host to Bristol City
With Nick Cushing having left to take up a new position with New York City FC, it will be the first game at the helm for interim boss Alan Mahon.
Kick-off at the Academy Stadium is 7pm. The match will be screened on the FA Player portal and we’ll have live updates on our Twitter account @ManCityWomen as well as carrying a report and post-match reaction here on www.mancity.com.
With no game for our men’s team, the Friday focus is instead trained on our EDS side who return to Premier League 2 action with a trip to the South Coast to take on Brighton and Hove Albion Under-23s.
Paul Harsley’s side are unbeaten in league action so far this year and will be seeking to build on our impressive 4-1 win at home to Everton last time out.
It’s match day for Gareth Taylor’s high-flying Under 18s team and a crucial one at that as we travel to Reading for an eagerly-anticipated Under 18 Premier League Cup semi-final.
City are the defending Cup holders and will be looking to maintain our unbeaten record in 2020 and so book our place in the final for a second successive season.
The week is rounded off with another big game for our women’s side, with the focus switching to the Women’s FA Cup.
City, of course, are reigning Cup holders and skipper Steph Houghton and her colleagues will be seeking to take another step closer to Wembley when we play host to Ipswich Town in a fifth round clash.