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ATA Football women’s football broadcasts Jan 23-24

ATA Football women’s football broadcasts Jan. 23 & 24

January 23, 2021 By Juan Aguerrevere
ATA Football will have three marquee matchup broadcasts available on their website throughout this weekend, including a couple of FA Women’s Super League clashes and a Division 1 Feminine meeting between PSG and EA Guingamp.

The first of three games will begin on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. ET when Paris-Saint Germain visit EA Guingamp at the Fred-Aubert Stadium in the region of Brittani in Northwest France.

PSG sits at the top of the table with 34 points after 12 matches, defeating third-place Bordeaux at home last weekend, 1-0. A win on Saturday would take the Parisians back to the top of the table above rivals Olympique Lyonnais. However, the Red and Blues should not get ahead of themselves despite being in the best position they have ever been in to win the Division 1 Feminine title. They will need to take a weekly basis approach to secure every three points possible, including the biggest game of the season against Lyon scheduled for Saturday, March 13.

On the other hand, eighth place Guingamp created a separation between itself and the bottom four teams in the Division 1 Feminine table last weekend by upsetting Montpellier 4-1. Guingamp now sits in eighth place on the table and are five points clear of Stade de Reims, who are in ninth place with 11 points. The Red and Blacks will be seeking revenge on Saturday as they fell to PSG 4-1 in Paris during Matchday 1 of the season.

Next in the schedule are two FA Women’s Super League on Sunday. Arsenal and West Ham United are set to kick off the morning with the game starting at 7 a.m. ET, followed by Tottenham and Everton at 9:30 a.m. ET.

Arsenal did not secure a much-needed three points against Reading last weekend in its search for the FA WSL title. The Gunners sit in third place with 23 points, three points behind league-leaders Chelsea who have one game in hand. For Arsenal to rise to the top, it will need to take down tenth place West Ham United and win big games against Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City in the second half of the campaign.

Turning to the last game of the weekend, Tottenham and Everton will trade punches at the middle of the table after two very different FA WSL 2020-21 campaigns. 

On one hand, The Toffees looked as if they would fight for the title after their first five games of the season, defeating Bristol City, Tottenham, Aston Villa, West Ham and drawing to Brighton. However, Everton crashed against the wall that Chelsea has proven to be for two consecutive seasons, and it all went downhill from there. After its 4-0 loss to Chelsea, Everton won one, drew one and lost two more games.

The Spurs lived a very different start of the season, going on a seven-game winless streak. Four losses and three draws were enough to ger long-time coaches Karen Hills and Juan Amoros fired and replaced by then England assistant coach Rehanne Skinner. Since Skinner was appointment as head women, Tottenham has won three league games in a row. A home win against Everton would be monumental for the Lilywhites as they look to improve last season’s 20 points after 15 games.

Broadcast information for PSG vs. EA Guingamp, Arsenal vs. West Ham, Tottenham vs. Everton

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