This week will feature some interesting matches as the title races in England and Germany continue to heat up.

The 2022/23 UEFA Champions League finalists have been now decided, with Barcelona and Wolfsburg set to lock horns in the final next month in the Netherlands.

Meanwhile, the title races in several top leagues continue to get underway.

Here's all you need to know ahead of another week of women's football.

Women's Super League

The title race in the 2022/23 Women's Super League continues, with Manchester United, Manchester City, and Chelsea all still in the running. The Blues, who were eliminated from the Champions League by Barcelona, will now need to turn their attention back towards domestic affairs when they welcome Everton on Sunday. Emma Hayes's side are four points behind current league leaders Manchester United, but still have two games in hand as opposed to their fellow title contenders.

Meanwhile, Arsenal, who were also knocked out of the Champions League following their loss to Wolfsburg, will kick off this round with a home match against Leicester. Although the visiting team have been in bad form, they still do come into this match having won two on the spin and will hope that they can try to spring an upset against the Gunners, who lost their last Super League game against Manchester United last month.

Speaking of Manchester United, the Red Devils, who are three points ahead of Manchester City, will look to make it five wins on the trot when they host relegation-threatened Tottenham on Sunday. The Red Devils could be as much as six points clear of Manchester City if they can pick up another three points, meaning that City will need to ensure they can also beat a Liverpool side who have won just one of their last five fixtures.

Here's where you can follow all the upcoming matches in the Women's Super League:


Meanwhile, over in Germany, Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich remain locked in a tense race for the league title. Wolfsburg, who are one point behind Bayern, will come into their upcoming game against Köln having successfully seen off Arsenal in the Champions League semi-finals, while Bayern will travel to face Essen on Saturday.

Struggling Turbine Potsdam, who thought they had started to string some good results together, unfortunately were beaten 1-0 by Essen last time out and now will hope to avoid another loss when they host Hoffenheim this weekend.

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


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