There will be plenty of great matches across women's football taking place this upcoming week, including from England, France, Germany, and Spain, plus some Coppa Italia ties.

The title races in several women's football leagues are starting to heat up, including in Germany and France, while in England, fans will be treated to a big match between two teams sitting in the top three, and in Spain, things could get very interesting depending on the outcome of results after this weekend's matches.

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

D1 Féminine

Matchday 16 of the 2022/23 D1 Féminine season kicks off with a double-header on Friday, as third-placed Paris welcome fifth-placed Montpellier, followed by Fleury, who sit in fourth, traveling to face current league leaders Lyon. Depending on the outcome of results, this weekend could see Lyon and PSG swap places, especially if the former fail to win against Fleury on Friday and the latter, who are still unbeaten so far this term with 12 wins and three draws, pick up all three points against Reims on Sunday.

With just one point separating Lyon and PSG, it looks set to be a closely contested battle between Lyon, who are the most successful side in French women's football with 15 titles so far, and PSG, who have won it once, with their last triumph being during the 2020/21 campaign.

Here's where you can catch all the upcoming games in D1 Féminine.

Frauen Bundesliga

In Germany, Wolfsburg's shock 2-1 defeat to Hoffenheim last weekend could have major repercussions on this season's title race. Prior to Saturday's match, die Wölfinnen were the only unbeaten side in the Frauen-Bundesliga, with 12 wins from their first 12 games, but it seems like 13 truly was an unlucky number for Germany's most successful side in women's football.

Now, they are just two points clear of Bayern Munich, who will get matchday 14 underway with a home match against struggling Duisburg. If Bayern win their game on Friday, they will leapfrog Wolfsburg into top spot by a point, putting further pressure on the reigning title-holders to get things back on track when they face Bayer Leverkusen on Sunday.

At the opposite end of the table, Turbine Potsdam, who have lost all but one of their 13 matches this season, are losing the battle against time to avoid the drop. They will wrap up matchday 14 on Sunday as they welcome Köln, another team who have had a torrid time this season and despite sitting on 11 points, are still in danger of relegation to the 2.Bundesliga.

Here's where you can follow all the upcoming matches in the Frauen-Bundesliga.


Primera División Española (Liga F)

Moving on to Spain, Barcelona, who are hoping to win their eighth title this season, continue to lead the way with a five point lead over the chasing pack. The Blaugrana have won all 20 of their matches so far, but could face a tricky test against a Levante side who have been in excellent form as well. In fact, Levante, who will be hosting Barcelona on Saturday, have earned 50 points and have won 16 games so far, losing just twice - one being a 2-1 reversal to Barcelona earlier this season.

Real Madrid have not given up hope of catching Barcelona at the top of the table, and Las Blancas, who sit in second spot in 55 points - five behind the Blaugrana - will look to narrow that gap as they travel to face Atletico Madrid in a Madrid Derby on Sunday, March 12th.

Here's where you can tune into all the upcoming ties in Liga F.

FA Women's Super League

An intriguing clash is on the cards as Chelsea and Manchester United lock horns on Sunday. The Red Devils come into this match having cruised to a 5-1 win over Leicester, while the Blues earned a 3-1 victory against Brighton in their mid-week make-up game. Just one point separates the two sides, with the Red Devils sitting on top of the table, albeit the Blues still have one game in hand.

Manchester City, who are in second place and just three points behind United, will aim to continue applying pressure on the league leaders when they face Brighton on the road just a few hours after the Chelsea-Manchester United tie. Later on Sunday, struggling Tottenham, who are just three points away from the drop zone, will need to regroup from their 3-1 loss to City as they travel to Liverpool's home ground. Like Tottenham, the Reds have not had the best season so far, and they come into this match having lost 2-0 versus Arsenal midweek.

Tottenham will also be in action on March 15th in a clash against relegation-threatened Leicester. Expect that game to be a gritty scrap for points between two teams who will be hoping not to be featuring in the Championship next season.

Arsenal, for their part, will be looking to start building up some positive momentum following their midweek victory over Liverpool as they face Reading on Sunday. Prior to Wednesday's win, Arsenal were on a three game winless streak in the Women's Super League.

Here's all the info you need to catch the latest installment of Women's Super League matches:


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