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2pm: Man City v Birmingham – Man City (-1)

Manchester City can expect to absolutely batter Birmingham City on Sunday. The Blues are rock bottom of the WSL with just four points from 17 games. The home side have passed the (-1) handicap on seven occasions on their last 10, scoring 11 goals in their last four matches without conceding once.

Birmingham got pumped 5-0 by Chelsea last time out and I think we can expect something similar here. Manchester United, Chelsea Spurs and Arsenal have all beaten the Blues in excess of this handicap in the last nine games and there is nothing to suggest Man City won’t do so against with ease on Sunday.

KINGSTON UPON THAMES, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 06: Sam Kerr of Chelsea looks on during the Barclays FA Women’s Super League match between Chelsea Women and Manchester City Women at Kingsmeadow on February 06, 2022 in Kingston upon Thames, England. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

3pm: Leicester v Chelsea – Chelsea (-1)

This is another one-sided game that should go in favour of the bigger side. The title-chasing Chelsea should make mincemeat of The Foxes who are 2nd bottom of the WSL and the London side can afford no slips ups if they’re to overhaul Arsenal at the top of the table.

Again, there’s nothing to suggest Chelsea (-1) won’t click here. In fact, Chelsea battered Leicester 7-0 at the end of February in the Women’s FA Cup. Need we say any more?


3pm: West Ham v Brighton – West Ham (-1)

We finish with a much closer contest as Brighton head to West Ham. The Seagulls have actually won both encounters with The Hammers this season, but their form has nosedived since the end of November.

In fact, they’ve lost 10 of their last 13 since beating Leicester 1-0 on 14th of November. West Ham, on the other hand, have won six of their last 10, in a run that’s included two losses to Chelsea and a very credible 1-1 draw with Manchester United. The tables have clearly turned now and it looks worth chancing your arm on West Ham (-1).

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