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This week in Women's football: Feb 3-9, 2023

This week in Women's Football: FA Women's Super League, D1 Feminine, Serie A and more

February 2, 2023 By Oscar Rojas
European leagues will be the ones to keep an eye on this week, especially with the return of the English top-flight in the Women's category.

The top competitions in women's football are ready to give fans quite a few headlines this weekend, and if you don't know where or how to keep an eye on them, we've got your back.

Just like last week, our main focus will be on European tournaments, which will include games for the English top-flight, the French league, the top-tier football category in Italy, and the Frauen-Bundesliga, to name a few. If you want even more to watch, the FA Women's League Cup will also be available to watch next week.

Without further ado, here are the top three competitions to keep an eye on if you're a women's football enthusiast.

FA Women's Super League

The English top-flight comes back to your device or television set with a host of matches that will surely catch your attention. The big game to watch will be Tottenham vs Chelsea, where the Blues will try to extend Tottenham's winless streak. Meanwhile, the league-leading Manchester United will lock horns against Everton, one of the most in-form teams in the league with three wins in a row.

Putting an end to Sunday's action in this league, Arsenal will want to go back to winning ways after a draw that kept them away from the top spot. Nevertheless, West Ham will not be an easy task to overcome.

Have a look at the list of games being played over the weekend.

D1 Feminine

The top-tier football category in France returns to action following a brief break, with PSG and Olympique Lyon ready to keep their rivalry for the top spot going. Lyon have been able to keep the No.1 spot despite an unexpected loss a couple of matchdays away, while PSG failed to leapfrog them by conceding four times against Fleury 91 in their last match.

This time, Lyon will be able to put some pressure on PSG, as they will be playing on Saturday against Rodez, in a game that will face the best and the worst teams in the D1 category. Meanwhile, PSG will get ready to beat Le Havre, a team that has not been able to win any of their last four games, with only one draw during that run.

Here's all the info for the games being played in this league.

Serie A Women

The Italian top-flight picks up where things were left last weekend, with Roma leading the way with a five-point lead over Juventus, their nearest competitor. Judging by the teams each team will face, it seems that Roma will hold on to their lead, as the giallorossi will face Como, while Juventus will be handed a tough outing when they welcome Milan.

When it comes to the lower side of the table, a key match will also be taking place in the battle to escape the relegation group when Pomigliano host Parma. If either one of them want to start adding points to their tally and join the top five, this seems like a proper match to do so, especially for the last-placed Parma, who have only won nine points after 15 games.

For more details on games, standings, and news, visit our dedicated Women's Football website at

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