This week will be highlighted by some big matches in the FA Women's Super League, as well as other matches taking place in women's football all over the world.

Arguably, one of the highlights in women's football will be taking place in the FA Women's Super League, with several big matches that could shake up the title race happening over the course of the upcoming week as the league gets back underway after a long pause.

Meanwhile, the title race continues to get interesting in Mexico, while over in Germany, a battle for third place and a spot in the Champions League play-off rounds is starting to really heat up.

Here's all you need to know ahead of the upcoming week in the world of women's football. 

FA Women's Super League

As things stand, Manchester United lead the way, with 32 points seeing them one point ahead of reigning champions Chelsea. Marc Skinner's side will be in action against relegation-threatened Leicester City on Sunday, which, given the gap between the two sides, appears set to be all one-way traffic. As for Chelsea, Emma Hayes's side have lost just one game so far all season and still do have a vital game in hand ahead of their Wednesday tie against tenth-placed Brighton

Given that Manchester City, who are in third place on 29 points, will also play on Sunday as they host ninth-ranked Tottenham, things could get really interesting in the title race, depending on how things pan out. Should City beat Tottenham, they will move up into second spot ahead of Chelsea's Wednesday match against Brighton.

Elsewhere, fourth-placed Arsenal will look to get back to winning ways after being beaten 2-0 by familiar opponents Chelsea in the Women's FA Cup fifth round. Jonas Eidevall's squad will take on Liverpool, who sit in eighth place, on Wednesday.

Here is the full schedule of matches being played this week in the FA Women's Super League.

Frauen Bundesliga

Matchday 13 in the 2022/23 Frauen Bundesliga season begins this Friday, as third-placed Eintracht Frankfurt host fifth-placed Freiburg. At the moment, Frankfurt are ten points behind reigning champions Wolfsburg, and five behind second-placed Bayern Munich, but their goal is to try to secure a spot in the upcoming Champions League play-off rounds, especially with teams like Hoffenheim and upcoming visitors Freiburg looking to close the gap.

Wolfsburg, who have won every single one of their 12 matches so far this season will take on Hoffenheim on Saturday. Given that die Wölfinnen have the strongest attack (42 goals, or 3.5 goals per match) and second strongest defense (just five conceded), it looks like Hoffenheim, despite their solid start, could find it very difficult to become the first team to defeat a side who have been a dominant force in German women's football for quite some time.

Second-placed Bayen, who are five points behind Wolfsburg, will hope to try to keep their foot in the door when they travel to face struggling Werder Bremen on Sunday. Alexander Straus's side have the best defense in the league (only four conceded), but will need more than that if they hope to close the five point gap - which likely will be eight by the time they play a day after Wolfsburg - between themselves and the current title holders.

Here's the schedule of matches taking place this week in the Frauen Bundesliga.


Liga MX Femenil

Still leading the way after 17 rounds, Guadalajara will hope to maintain their narrow lead as they take on Atlas at home on Sunday. Monterrey, who sit in second place on 42 points, putting them just one point off top spot, could seize the lead should they defeat 11th-placed Juarez on Saturday.

While much of the focus is on the battle between Guadalajara and Monterrey, reigning champs Tigres UNAL still have not given up hope of successfully defending their league crown. While they still sit in third place, five points away from top spot, they will be firmly focused on picking up a crucial win on Monday when they host León. By the time that game kicks off, UNAL could find themselves a whopping eight points back, meaning that this game will be absolutely crucial if they want to have any shot at trying to stay in a title race that looks like it will be decided between only two teams.

Here is the full schedule of matches being played over the next few days in Liga MX Femenil.

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