All the information you need ahead of City’s Barclays Women’s Super League clash with Arsenal.

When and Where

Gareth Taylor’s side travel down to Meadow Park on Sunday 5 November, with kick-off set for 12:30 (UK).

The match will be available to watch live in the United Kingdom on BBC Two.

You can also keep across all the key moments on our dedicated matchday X account: @ManCityWomen.

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App Coverage

As always, the official Manchester City app provides comprehensive coverage of all the action from one handy place, keeping you up to date before, during and after the match.

Our Matchday Centre will provide detailed text updates, stats and analysis from 11:00 right through until post-match reaction from Gareth Taylor and players alike.

From kick-off, live audio commentary will provide a blow-by-blow account from Meadow Park, while those with push notifications turned on will also be alerted to all the key moments as they unfold, including goals and red cards.

Soon after the final whistle, a detailed match report will be available to digest as well as reaction from the manager and a player.

Highlights from the match and a CITY+ full-match replay can also be enjoyed from 12:00 on Monday 6 November.

Gareth Taylor preview

The boss says Alex Greenwood is recovering well from a head injury sustained on international duty, but is unavailable for this weekend’s showdown with the Gunners.

However, Taylor says Lauren Hemp is in contention for her first start since our 1-1 draw with Chelsea after successfully recovering from a shoulder injury.

He also revealed that Demi Stokes is also nearing a return to action.



Last time out

City rounded off for the international break with a hard-fought win over Leicester City.

Chloe Kelly’s early strike proved the difference at the King Power Stadium as Gareth Taylor’s side retained our unbeaten start to the new WSL campaign.

Victory was also enough to see City move to the top of the league in the process.

Arsenal also enter the tie on the back of an away victory, with a brace from Katie McCabe enough to earn a 2-1 win at newly-promoted Bristol City.

Previous encounter

City’s title prospects were dealt a significant blow in April 2023 following a slender 2-1 defeat at Meadow Park.

Khadija ‘Bunny’ Shaw had handed the visitors a deserved early lead, but second half goals from Frida Maanum and McCabe were enough to see the Gunners come out on top.

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2 Chelsea FC Chelsea Chelsea 17 14 1 2 50 14 36 43 WLWWW
3 Arsenal Arsenal Arsenal 18 13 1 4 42 18 24 40 WWLWW
Last updated: 15 April 2024

Form Guide

City have started the new season in scintillating form, remaining unbeaten in all competitions so far.

We’ve won four of our five matches so far this season, with Chelsea’s 96th-minute equaliser the only blemish on an otherwise perfect record.

During that time, we’ve found the net 11 times, while conceding on just two occasions.

Arsenal, meanwhile, have recovered well from an opening day defeat to Liverpool, picking up seven points from a possible nine in the following three matches against Manchester United, Aston Villa and Bristol City.

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