The FA Women’s Super League continues with Matchday 7, including the Manchester Derby and Arsenal hosting Chelsea.

Manchester United enters Matchday 7 as the current Barclays FA Women's Super League leaders above Arsenal by one point. The Red Devils will be looking to increase that separation by defeating Manchester City and hoping that Chelsea gets a positive result against Arsenal.

Meanwhile, U.S. Women's National Team fans will have the luxury to watch Manchester United's Tobin Heath and Christen Press take on Manchester City's Sam Mewis and Rose Lavelle live through NBC Sports Network on Saturday at 7:30 a.m. ET. 

Game of the Week: Manchester United vs. Manchester City

Casey Stoney's Manchester United sits a-top of the FA WSL table after six weeks, following their 1-0 win over Arsenal last weekend. It is now up to rivals Manchester City to earn a much-needed positive result and to strip first place away from the Red Devils.

Manchester United

Manchester United has shown improvement from their debut season in England's women's top-flight league to this new season. Stoney made it clear that this would be the season that Man Utd would compete for the FA WSL title and that is exactly what the team is doing. Of course, it is too early to tell what team will end up winning the competition given how fierce the competition in this league is. One week a team could be in first place and the next in fourth.

Forwards Alessia Russo and Ella Toone lead the Red Devils in scoring with three goals each. Also, Russo leads in assists with two, which is tied for most assists in the roster alongside fellow forwards Leah Galton and Heath, and midfielder Jackie Groenen. It is safe to say that the squad is balanced and there are no egos ruining the chemistry during the games. However, the upcoming Manchester Derby will be the first for many of Manchester United's standout players and it will be interesting to see how they adapt.

Manchester City

Manchester City is living through an inconsistent start of the season after winning three games, drawing two and losing one. Nonetheless, the Citizens trumped bottom-of-the-table Bristol City 8-1 last week to lift up the spirits within the squad.

Like Man Utd, Man City's goalscorers and facilitators have an even share of goal distributions. Forwards Chloe Kelly, Ellen White and Georgia Stanway each have three goals. On the other hand, midfielder Keira Walsh, defender Lucy Bronze and White each have two assists. Both sides have the tools to win the upcoming Manchester Derby. It is just a matter of which of the two groups will want it more than the other.

Talk of the Week: Will Tottenham win its first game of the FA WSL season?

Tottenham Hotspur coaches Juan Amoros and Karen Hills made plenty of moves during the offseason to improve the squad for this 2020/21 season. However, things have not gone as planned as Tottenham are still on the hunt for their first league win of the season after playing six games.

The Spurs have only one of their nine competitive games in all competitions this season and it came against Championship side London City in a FA WSL Cup group stage fixture. Six of the other eight games have resulted in losses and the remaining two in draws.

Sitting in eleventh spot with only two points, the London side has to win its next game. The Spurs will face the only team under them in the table, Bristol City. The Robins have been the punching bag of the league so far, conceding 28 goals after five matches. Tottenham must win this game to get away from the league's lone relegation spot, especially after USWNT Alex Morgan made her return.

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