LFC Women’s Fixtures Rescheduled

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Article by Josh Bunting – @Buntingfootball 

Liverpool’s three postponed Women’s Super League fixtures against Everton, Birmingham City and Manchester United have been rescheduled.

The Merseyside Derby will take place on Wednesday March 25th with a 7pm kick off, a venue has not yet been confirmed for the fixture after it was originally set to be played at Goodison Park. The home game with Birmingham City will now take place on Wednesday April 22nd also with a 7pm kick on.

Liverpool are 1 point behind the Blues at the bottom of the table following both sides defeats to West Ham and Bristol City respectively on Sunday afternoon.

May 3rd will see Vicky Jepsons side host Manchester United in a mouth-watering clash due to also be played at Prenton Park.

Everton and Manchester United will catch most fans eyes due the traditional derby games but Birmingham City will be looked upon like a Cup final, a real relegation 6 pointer.

The Blues have really struggled in-front of goal having failed to hit the target in their last 5 WSL games and Liverpool have netted in their last 3 League games.



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There is no doubt that every match now until the end of the season is huge for the Reds but the performances of late have been encouraging and Rachel Furness has been pivotal since her arrival as she added another two goals against West Ham.

Mid-week games could see a lower attendance this would be a negative, however with the games coming in thick and fast there isn’t any other option but to play them during the week.

I think the fixture changes could benefit Liverpool’s season as a whole playing matches is what all the players want to do and it doesn’t give you much room to think when you’re constantly playing. If a bad result occurs it doesn’t give the players much time to dwell on it and come the end of the season this could prove to be a major difference in staying up in the League.

The Reds also have Tottenham Hotspur and Brighton & Hove Albion to face at home and with the recent performances the results should soon follow in very winnable fixtures.

With international break looming it will take the players’ minds of club football and they will return refreshed and bounce back so it’s not all doom and gloom with plenty of points still up for grabs.

Article by Josh Bunting – @Buntingfootball 

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