This week will have plenty of games to follow in women's football, including in Germany, Spain, and Italy.

Once again, there will be quite a few matches taking place in various women's football leagues, including the Women's FA Cup, as well as some intriguing ties happening in Germany, Italy, and Spain. So make sure you mark your calendars, as it's set to be a very busy week ahead.

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

Frauen Bundesliga

In Germany, the title race continues to be a two way race between Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich. Die Wölfinnen successfully recovered from their shock 2-1 defeat to Hoffenheim by cruising to a 4-1 victory over Bayer Leverkusen last weekend, while Bayern swept Duisburg 4-0 to temporarily take top spot in the league table.

Both teams will be in action once again, with Wolfsburg kicking off matchday 15 with a Friday home match against relegation-bound Turbine Potsdam, whose match against Köln was postponed last round. Meanwhile, Bayern will travel to face Köln on Saturday, and given that Wolfsburg are expected to easily beat Potsdam, who have yet to win a game this season, the onus will be on Bayern to match that result to try to stay within touching distance.

Despite being seven points behind the league leaders, Eintracht Frankfurt will look to continue trying to stay within touching distance of second-placed Bayern when they face Essen on Sunday. With four wins from their last five games, Frankfurt are looking like the heavy favorites against an Essen team who have struggled for consistency this season.

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


Serie A (women)

Over in Italy, league leaders Roma will get things on Friday as they face Fiorentina. The Giallorosse are eight points clear at the league summit as they hope to win what will be their first Scudetto at the end of this campaign. Meanwhile, Fiorentina, who were once tied with Juventus in second spot, have had a bad patch of form that has seen them lose two on the trot and slide down to fifth in the standings. 

As for Juventus, the Bianconere will lock horns with Milan in what should be an interesting match. Both teams have been in good form lately, with each side having won four of their last five Serie A ties. 

Here is the full schedule of games happening in Serie A women this upcoming weekend.


Primera División Española (Liga F)

Valencia will hope to become the first side to stop Barcelona this season when they host them on Friday, but considering the Blaugrana have won every single one of their 21 league ties this term, it will be much easier said than done. The home side are on a three match winning streak, including a hard-fought 2-0 win over Athletic last time out, but Barcelona have been simply unstoppable as they crushed a high-flying Levante side 4-0 to take one step closer towards the league crown.

Real Madrid, who sit in second, suffered a huge setback in their quest to close the gap on Barcelona following a frustrating scoreless stalemate against Atletico Madrid in last weekend's Madrid Derby. Las Blancas will naturally aim to rebound against ninth-ranked Granadilla Tenerife and will also hope that Valencia, who play a day earlier on Friday, may be able to cause Barcelona some problems.

After seeing their 11 match league winning streak ended last weekend, Levante, who sit in a very impressive third spot, will have a great chance to recoup when they face Sporting de Huelva on the road on Sunday. That's because their upcoming hosts Sporting de Huelva are on a five match losing streak and are just two points away from the drop zone.

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

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