Arsenal manager knows victory is vital to keep Women’s Super League title aspirations alive – but City are the in-form team

In a season of ups, downs, postponements and wild differences in the number of matches played, it can be hard to pick out the games that will define this Women’s Super League campaign.

However, when Arsenal and Manchester City kick off in Borehamwood on Sunday, it is difficult to believe there will be a bigger week for either team. Separated by four points (with Manchester City third and Arsenal fourth with a game in hand), for either side to keep title aspirations alive they will need to win and, counterintuitively, cheer for their opponents later in the week: Arsenal play the leaders, Chelsea, on Wednesday and City host second-placed Manchester United on Friday.

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