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Manchester City

Saturday 19 November 2022
Kickoff at 15:00 GMT
Walton Hall Park

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Everything you need to know ahead of City's return to Barclays WSL action against Everton.

When and where

Gareth Taylor's side travel to Walton Hall Park on Saturday 19 November, with kick-off scheduled for 15:00 (UK).

The match is being broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event, while supporters from around the world can find out how to tune in at the foot of this page.

As always, comprehensive coverage of the encounter can also be found on and the official Man City app, beginning with minute-by-minute updates in our Matchday Centre from 13:30.


A detailed match report plus reaction from both Taylor and players alike will also be made available soon after the final whistle, while our dedicated matchday Twitter account will also keep you across the key moments on Merseyside.

Highlights and a full-match replay - available on CITY+ and Recast - can be accessed from 12pm on Sunday 20 November.

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Gareth Taylor preview

Gareth Taylor says City will wait to make a decision on whether Lauren Hemp will feature in Saturday’s Barclays Women’s Super League match with Everton.

The winger withdrew from the latest England squad to receive treatment on a thigh complaint sustained before the international break.

Asked whether Hemp would be included against the Toffees, the boss explained that a final call would be made in the coming hours.

“She obviously picked up something quite slight from Reading,” Taylor revealed.

“We will find out a little bit more over the next 24 hours if she’ll be available or not.

“We took the precaution over the last few days to keep her out of the training practices.

“We’ll have some news in 24 hours.”

Form Guide

City are one of the WSL's in-form teams, looking to grab a sixth successive victory in all competitions when we travel to Walton Hall Park.

Four of those wins have come in the league, with Taylor's side hot on the heels of third-placed Manchester United.

Everton, meanwhile, currently sit seventh in the table having won three and lost three of their opening six matches this season.

3 Arsenal Arsenal Arsenal 15 11 2 2 38 9 29 35 DLWWW
4 Manchester City Manchester City Man City 15 11 2 2 32 14 18 35 DWWWW
5 Aston Villa FC Aston Villa A Villa 15 8 2 5 27 25 2 26 DDWWW
Last updated: 25 March 2023

Previous meeting

Two goals in either half were enough to hand City a 4-0 victory in our most recent encounter with Everton back in March 2022.

Ellen White, Alex Greenwood and Laura Coombs were all on target after a Simone Magill own goal had opened the scoring at the Academy Stadium.

There was more reason to cheer at the final whistle, as we marked our 100th league victory since we became a professional outfit in 2014.


Last time out

City come into the tie on the back of a convincing 3-0 triumph at Reading.

Taylor's side had to wait until the second half to get our noses in front, with two unfortunate own goals from Emma Mukandi setting us on our way to a deserved victory.

Khadija 'Bunny' Shaw - October's WSL Player of the Month - headed home her seventh goal in six matches to complete the scoring from Mary Fowler's pinpoint cross.

Everton's most recent action came in a 3-0 home defeat to Manchester United at the end of October, with the Toffees' trip to Tottenham Hotspur in the final round of matches before the international break postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.


  • Manchester City have won all 12 of our Barclays WSL meetings against Everton, the best 100% record one team has against another in the competition's history.
  • Victory would make us just the second side to win 13 consecutive games against an opponent in the Barclays WSL, with Arsenal having won each of their last 13 against Everton.
  • Only Chelsea (12) have scored more second half goals in the Barclays WSL this season than Gareth Taylor's side (11), with only Reading (100%) netting a higher share of their goals after half-time than City (73%).
  • Lauren Hemp has created more chances from open play than any other player in the Barclays WSL so far this season (16).

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City welcome Manchester United to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday 11 December.

Kick-off is scheduled for 12:30 (UK), with tickets selling fast for our third-ever women's match at the Etihad.

We hosted Everton there back in May 2014, before welcoming our local rivals in September 2019, when Caroline Weir’s wonder strike saw us run out 1-0 winners in front of what was then a WSL record crowd, and what remains a club record of 31, 213 fans.

With over 30,000 tickets already sold, it promises to be another historic occasion.

You can secure your tickets online by visiting: or by calling: +44 (0)161 444 1894.

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