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ATA Football women's football streams Feb. 6 & 7

ATA Football women's football streams Feb. 6 & 7: Lyon vs. Montpellier; Arsenal vs. Man City; Man Utd vs. Reading

February 4, 2021 By Juan Aguerrevere
ATA Football will stream three major European women’s clashes across the Division 1 Feminine and the FA Women’s Super League this weekend.

Olympique Lyonnais will host Montpellier on Saturday, followed by Manchester United taking on Reading and ending with Arsenal facing Manchester City, both on Sunday.

Olympique Lyonnais vs. Montpellier – Saturday, Feb. 6, at 9:15 a.m. ET

Lyon is a team on a mission to keep its 14-year Division 1 Feminine reign intact amid a Paris Saint-Germain coup this season, and Montpellier might just be the reinforcements PSG needs to dethrone Les Lyonnaises.

Jean-Luc Vasseur's Lyon enter Matchday 14 two points behind league-leaders PSG. With nine league games left to play this season, including one against Les Parisiennes in mid-March, Les Lyonnaises have the responsibility to win-out to lift the Trophee de Championnes for a fifteenth consecutive time.

On the other hand, Montpellier sits in fourth place on the table after six wins, five losses and two draws, amounting to 20 points. La Paillade suffered two defeats and one draw in its last two games and are in dire need of some points. An unlikely draw against Lyon could serve as a much-needed inspiration that could help the team to a strong finish to the year. 

Manchester United vs. Reading – Sunday, Feb. 7, at 7:30 a.m. ET

Manchester United and Reading will kick-off FA WSL play early in the morning on Sunday. The Red Devils have a chance to keep the pressure on Chelsea, who play Brighton at 9 a.m. ET, if they can find a win. If Man Utd win, they will retake the first position in the table from Chelsea.

Casey Stoney's Red Devils need to tread carefully against Reading, who have taken points from Arsenal and Manchester City so far this season. The Royals sit in the middle of the table with 15 points after 13 matches.

Arsenal vs. Manchester City – Sunday, Feb. 7, at 9:30 a.m. ET

The last game of the lineup will for sure be the most sought after as Arsenal host Manchester City in a must-win game to keep hopes alive for the title. The London side enters the duel in fourth place with 23 points after 11 games, while Manchester City enters in third place with 27 points after 12 games.

 
 
 
 
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The Gunners have not played a league game in two weeks due to harsh weather conditions. Man City, on the other hand, has won its last two games 7-1 over Brighton and 4-0 against West Ham. 

Manchester City defeated Arsenal 2-1 thanks to a Caroline Weir added time goal in December at the Academy Stadium. Vivianne Miedema's goal in the third minute of the game was Arsenal's only shot on target. In comparison, Man City had 18 shots and four on target.


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