Barclays Women’s Super League title rivals clash at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea FC Women to host Arsenal at Stamford bridge
Chelsea are back at Stamford Bridge. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Chelsea and Arsenal clash at Stamford Bridge on Friday evening to kick off the Barclays Women’s Super League weekend action.

Friday 15 March 

Chelsea v Arsenal (Stamford Bridge, 7pm) – live on Sky Sports

Saturday 16 March

Everton v Aston Villa (Walton Hall Park, 1pm) – live on The FA Player

Sunday 17 March

Liverpool v West Ham United (Tranmere Rovers FC, 12pm) – live on The FA Player
Manchester United v Bristol City (Leigh Sports Village, 12pm) – live on The FA Player/MUTV
Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester City (Crawley Town FC, 12.30pm) – live on BBC2/iPlayer/BBC Sport website
Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City (Leyton Orient FC, 2pm)  – live on The FA Player

With rounds of matches left in the WSL campaign, leaders Chelsea are three points ahead of Arsenal, while Manchester City – second on goal-difference – visit Brighton on Sunday.

Everton entertain Aston Villa on Saturday lunchtime and will leapfrog their visitors into eighth place should they win, while Carla Ward’s side good go level on points with sixth-placed Tottenham.

Spurs host Leicester City in a preview of their Adobe Women’s FA Cup semi-final clash, with the Foxes sitting three points short of the north London side.

Both Manchester United and Liverpool are nine points off the Champions League places but home to the bottom two. West Ham head for Merseyside, while Bristol City are six points adrift and up against Marc Skinner’s side.

Barclays Women’s Championship

Sunday 17 March

Durham v Charlton Athletic (Maiden Castle, 12pm)
Birmingham City v Blackburn Rovers (St Andrew’s Stadium, 2pm)
Lewes v Watford (Lewes FC, 2pm)
London City Lionesses v Sunderland (Dartford FC, 2pm)
Sheffield United v Crystal Palace (Bramall Lane, 2pm)
Southampton v Reading (St Mary’s Stadium, 2pm) – live on The FA Player

Sunderland lead the Championship by just a point from Crystal Palace before visiting London City Lionesses, the Eagles – with a game in hand – travel to Sheffield United.

Southampton and Charlton Athletic are both four points off the top, the Saints hosting Reading and the Addicks away to Durham.

Birmingham City, home to Blackburn Rovers, are eight points off the leaders after a couple of defeats but have two games in hand.

Lewes welcome Watford for crucial clash of the bottom two, the Rooks three points from safety and the Hornets one point further behind but with a game in hand.

Sporting Khalsa go top, London Bees relegated

Upcoming Events

Would you like to read more women’s football news just like this? Sign up to receive the She Kicks Women’s Football newsletter