Match Preview

Manchester City

FA WSL
FA WSL
Saturday 22 October 2022
Kickoff at 11:30 BST
Brisbane Road
No live TV coverage
Live text, audio and stats at mancity.com
Everything you need to know ahead of City's latest Barclays Women's Super League clash.

When and where

City travel to Brisbane Road to lock horns with Spurs on Saturday 22 October.

Kick-off is scheduled for 11:30 (UK), with a detailed match report, plus reaction from Gareth Taylor and players can be found on mancity.com and the official Man City app soon after the final whistle.

The match available to watch live in the United Kingdom on Sky Sports Premier League, while viewers from around the world can find out how to tune in via the Global TV listings at the foot of this page, courtesy of livesoccertv.com.

Highlights from the encounter, as well as a CITY+ and Recast full-match replay can be accessed from 12:00 (UK) on Sunday 23 October.

Team news

Gareth Taylor revealed there a no fresh injury concerns ahead of our trip to Brisbane Road.

The City boss explained that, while the fixture comes too soon for Alanna Kennedy and Ruby Mace to make their returns from injury, the defensive duo are making good progress in their respective recoveries.

Gareth Taylor preview

"Any team you face in the WSL is a tough challenge. They’ll always provide a tough opposition for us.

“I think it’s a good game for us, I am looking forward to the game and seeing us produce similar levels of performance as we did last Sunday.

“[Tottenham] It’s a big club. They’re getting closer to where they were previously, most will say there’s big levels to try and hit but it makes for an exciting league.

“Teams are improving their infrastructure and levels across the board. It adds to an exciting league.”

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Last time out

City claimed our first victory of the Barclays Women's Super League season in our most recent outing, beating Leicester 4-0 at the Academy Stadium.

A Khadija 'Bunny' Shaw brace either side of a Lauren Hemp header put Gareth Taylor's side in the ascendancy.

And a convincing display was capped off when Yui Hasegawa marked her City debut with a spectacular late strike.

You can watch highlights from the match below.

Previous meeting

City came away from the capital with a hard-fought 1-0 victory in our most recent clash with Tottenham Hotspur.

One week after our Continental Cup final triumph over Chelsea, Caroline Weir's solitary goal just after the hour continued our march towards UEFA Women's Champions League qualification.

The result also saw us extend our impressive winning run to 12 in our last 14 matches in all competitions.

Form Guide

City's victory over Leicester saw us move up to eighth in the WSL table, with three points from our first three matches.

Meanwhile, a 1-0 win against Liverpool for Saturday's opponents means they currently sit one place and three points above Gareth Taylor's side ahead of this weekend's showdown.

FA WSL
3 Arsenal Arsenal Arsenal 10 8 1 1 26 6 20 25 WLWWD
4 Manchester City Manchester City Man City 11 7 2 2 23 11 12 23 WWDWD
5 Everton Everton Everton 11 6 0 5 16 12 4 18 LLWWW
Last updated: 24 January 2023

Global TV Listings

Denmark Viaplay Denmark
Estonia Viaplay Estonia
Finland V Sport+ FinlandElisa Viihde Viaplay
Iceland Viaplay Iceland
International The FA Player
Ireland Sky Sports Premier LeagueSKY GO Extra
Israel Sport 2
Italy DAZN
Japan DAZN
Latvia Viaplay Latvia
Lithuania Viaplay Lithuania
Netherlands Viaplay Netherlands
Norway Viaplay Norway
Poland Viaplay Poland
Spain DAZN
Sweden Viaplay SwedenV Sport Extra
United Kingdom SKY GO ExtraSky Sports Premier League
United States Paramount+
*Don't see your country or favourite channel listed? Let us know and we will include it.

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