WSL is back this weekend,can Chelsea be stopped

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 23: Millie Bright of Chelsea in action with Caroline Weir of Manchester City during the Barclays FA Women's Super League match between Manchester City and Chelsea at The Academy Stadium on February 23, 2020 in Manchester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Visionhaus) *** Local Caption *** Millie Bright; Caroline Weir

A lucrative broadcasting deal means The Women’s Super League is back with a bang. The majority of games are on TV. The WSL will have fans excited Chelsea the defending champions are going for the threepeat (3 in a row) under manager Emma Hayes. Manchester City and Arsenal will be looking to put a stop to it

The Blues play Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday This is one of an increased number of fixtures set to be staged at a club’s main stadium this campaign.

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Manchester United play Reading as part Sky Sports Main Event coverage.

The five other matches will kick-off over the weekend with defending champions Chelsea opening their campaign against Arsenal on Sunday.

Aston Villa will take on Leicester City on Saturday, while Everton will face Manchester City and Tottenham go head-to-head with Birmingham on the same day. Brighton play West Ham on Sunday to round off the opening weekend action.

Who’s favourite for the WSl

Odds

WSL pundits?

Coverage of the WSL will see the likes of Fara Williams, Rachel Brown-Finnis, Sue Smith and Laura Bassett will also be involved, as well as Stephen Warnock.

Karen Carney will be Sky Sports’ main pundit during the WSL season. Alex Scott and Gabby Logan will present the BBC’s coverage.

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