This week features games from France, England, Spain, and more.

Plenty of great games coming up this week, including an exciting double header in Spain with several of the league's top sides.

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

What to watch in women's football: February 9 to February 11

D1 Féminine

It doesn't look like anyone really will be able to stop Lyon in the title race this season, as Les Fenottes continue to pull away from the chasing pack thanks to a perfect campaign so far. That being said, other teams, such as PSG, will still be doing their utmost best to close that ten point gap. Les Parisiens and Lyon will lock horns in arguably the biggest match of this round on Sunday, and USA-based fans will be able to live-stream that match starting at 3 pm EST (12 pm PST) on DAZN USA.

FA Women's Cup

Over in England, all eyes will be on the FA Women's Cup as the fifth round gets underway this weekend. The action commences on Saturday, February 10th with two matches: Leicester City vs Birmingham City followed by Tottenham vs Charlton Athletic.

Sunday's games include an intriguing clash between WSL title aspirants Arsenal and Manchester City, while Chelsea, who are the reigning champions in this competition, will hope to take one step closer towards retaining their crown when they face second-tier side Crystal Palace.


Meanwhile, in Germany, the title race has taken yet another twist. Wolfsburg have slid down into second following their 1-1 draw against Bayer Leverkusen, while Bayern Munich have regained top spot after cruising to a 4-0 win over Freiburg. Meanwhile, Eintracht Frankfurt are still hoping to have a say in the race and could force their way into contention if they can pick up all three points against Wolfsburg on Sunday. Bayern Munich, who are now one point clear, could expand their lead (for 24 hours) should they beat Cologne in their away match taking place on Saturday.

Top news in women's football

Lauren James wins WSL Player of the Month prize

Given her impressive form as of late, it is hardly surprising that Lauren James has been deservedly recognized for her efforts by winning the WSL Player of the Month prize. The Chelsea ace has scored five goals in her last two games, including a hat-trick recently against Manchester United. The win is the England's second of the season after clinching the same prize back in November, and her recent uptick in goal-scoring has moved her second in the race for the Golden Boot, one goal behind Manchester City's Khadija "Bunny" Shaw.

UWCL knockout rounds set

The draw for the knockout rounds of the 2023/24 UWCL got underway earlier this week, and fortunately for fans hoping to see the tournament's biggest sides facing off at a latter stage, they certainly got their wish. Barcelona, Lyon, and Chelsea are arguably the teams with the best chance of winning it, with the Blaugrana keen on successfully defending their title. The Spanish giants will face surprise package Brann in the quarter-finals next month, with the Norwegian side hoping to show that they are not just there to make up the numbers. Meanwhile, Lyon, who are the most successful side in this competition, will be wary of a Benfica squad who were quite impressive during their group stage campaign as they finished in second spot behind Barcelona.

Elsewhere, Chelsea, who are in the running for multiple titles this season, will take on Ajax, while Paris Saint-Germain will face another surprise Scandinavian package in Swedish side Häcken. 

Another round of Serie A games is coming up, as well as some huge matches from Spain.

Here's all you need to know for the next few days in women's football.

What to watch in women's football: February 12 to February 15

Serie A (Women)

In addition to the usual batch of games taking place over the weekend, this upcoming week will feature another round of games from Italy's top flight. The action starts on Tuesday, February 13th, as league leaders Roma will look to continue on their steady march towards retaining their Scudetto title when they host a Sassuolo side hoping to secure a spot in the top half of the table.

On Wednesday, a triple-header is on the cards, starting with Como, who are also looking to improve their fortunes, welcoming Fiorentina, who are keen on pipping Juventus to second spot, which would give the Viola a chance to participate in the Champions League next season. After this game, both Sampdoria and AC Milan will have their own respective reasons for trying to pick a much needed win, before it's on to an intriguing clash starring Inter Milan and Juventus.

The midweek round concludes with newly promoted Napoli hoping they can secure what would be their first win of the season at the expense of fellow strugglers Pomigliano.

Liga F

Fans of Liga F will be in for a real treat on Valentine's Day with two great games coming up. First up will be league leaders Barcelona looking to keep the rest of the chasing pack at bay when they take on Levante, followed by another installment of the Madrid derby starring Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid.

Viewers in the USA can live-stream both games via DAZN USA, with Barcelona-Levante kicking off at 12 pm EST (9 am PST) while Atletico Madrid-Real Madrid will get underway at 2 pm EST (11 am PST).

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