WSL schedule: How to watch live, stream, scores


The 2021-22 Women’s Super League (WSL) is entering a thrilling climax with the title race set to go down to the wire, and below are details on how to watch some of the most important fixtures in the USA with the WSL schedule returning to our family of TV channels and digital platform.

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NBC Sports and ata football teamed in 2020-21 to present 50 Barclay’s FA WSL matches across their platforms. This season, NBC Sports’ coverage of Barclays FA WSL coverage increases to 57 matches, including two on NBC and the remainder across NBCSN, CNBC, and the NBC Sports app.

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In addition to their broadcast across NBC Sports properties, certain matches will be simulcast at The site streams matches and exclusive highlights from around the world, as well as premium content via partners like Just Women’s Sports and The Equalizer, instructional videos, and virtual events. Users can subscribe to view live matches and gain unlimited content access at for $6.99/month or $4.99/month with an annual subscription.

The 2020-21 season was a banner campaign for the WSL, as the league’s profile grew considerably thanks in part to a title race that went down to the final day of the season in May.

Now, a year on from the first season of WSL fixtures on NBC Sports airwaves and digital platforms, two-time defending champions Chelsea will look to defend their title once again and become the first club (in the WSL era) to win back-to-back-to-back titles.

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Manchester City pushed the Blues from start to finish, but ultimately came up two points short (57-55) after 22 games played. In the end, the difference between the sides was Chelsea’s emphatic head-to-head victory in game no. 4. They drew 2-2 in the reverse fixture, when only a victory could have brought Manchester City closer, though they still would have trailed on goal difference.

If you remove the two head-to-head matchups from a season ago, Chelsea finish with a record of 17W-2D-1L (53 points); Manchester City were 17W-3D-0L (54 points). Thin margins, as they say.

WSL live schedule: Dates, fixtures, how to watch in USA, stream online

Matchweek 19 (Sunday, April 3)

Manchester United vs Brighton — Sunday, 7 am ET
Tottenham vs Aston Villa – Sunday, 9 am ET
Birmingham City vs Everton — Sunday, 9 am ET
Chelsea vs Reading — Sunday, 9 am ET
Leicester City vs Arsenal — Sunday, 9 am ET
West Ham United vs Manchester City — Sunday, 10 am ET

Matchweek 20 (Sunday, April 24)

Everton vs Arsenal — Sunday, 8 am ET
Tottenham vs Chelsea — Sunday, 9 am ET
Brighton vs Birmingham City — Sunday, 9 am ET
Manchester City vs Leicester City — Sunday, 9 am ET
Reading vs West Ham United — Sunday, 9 am ET
Aston Villa vs Manchester United — Sunday, 1 pm ET

Matchweek 21 (Sunday, May 1)

Manchester United vs West Ham United — Sunday, 7 am ET
Everton vs Tottenham — Sunday, 8 am ET
Leicester City vs Reading — Sunday, 9 am ET
Manchester City vs Brighton — Sunday, 9 am ET
Birmingham City vs Chelsea — Sunday, 9 am ET
Arsenal vs Aston Villa — Sunday, 10 am ET

Matchweek 22 (Sunday, May 8)

West Ham United vs Arsenal — Sunday, 7:30 am ET
Aston Villa vs Birmingham City — Sunday, 7:30 am ET
Tottenham vs Leicester City — Sunday, 7:30 am ET
Chelsea vs Manchester United — Sunday, 7:30 am ET
Reading vs Manchester City — Sunday, 7:30 am ET
Brighton vs Everton — Sunday, 7:30 am ET

2021-22 FA WSL results

Matchweek 1 – (Friday, Sept. 3 – Sunday, Sept. 5)

Manchester United 2-0 Reading – HIGHLIGHTS
Everton 0-4 Manchester City – HIGHLIGHTS
Aston Villa 2-1 Leicester City
Tottenham 1-0 Birmingham City
Arsenal vs Chelsea — Sunday, 7:30 am ET [ HIGHLIGHTS ]
Brighton vs West Ham United — Sunday, 9 am ET

Matchweek 2 (Saturday, Sept. 11 – Sunday, Sept. 12)

West Ham United 1-1 Aston Villa – HIGHLIGHTS
Chelsea 4-0 Everton – HIGHLIGHTS
Leicester City 1-3 Manchester United
Birmingham City 0-5 Brighton
Reading 0-4 Arsenal
Manchester City 1-2 Tottenham – HIGHLIGHTS

Matchweek 3 (Saturday, Sept. 25 – Sunday, Sept. 26)

Everton 3-1 Birmingham City – HIGHLIGHTS 
Manchester United 1-6 Chelsea – HIGHLIGHTS
Brighton 0-1 Aston Villa
Tottenham 1-0 Reading
West Ham United 4-0 Leicester City
Arsenal 5-0 Manchester City – HIGHLIGHTS

Matchweek 4 (Saturday, Oct. 2 – Sunday, Oct. 3)

Chelsea 3-1 Brighton – HIGHLIGHTS
Aston Villa 0-4 Arsenal
Manchester City 0-2 West Ham United
Leicester City 0-2 Tottenham
Reading 0-3 Everton
Birmingham City 0-2 Manchester United – HIGHLIGHTS

Matchweek 5 (Saturday, Oct. 9 – Sunday, Oct. 10)

Manchester United 2-2 Manchester City – HIGHLIGHTS
Chelsea 2-0 Leicester CityHIGHLIGHTS
Brighton 2-1 Tottenham
Reading 3-0 Aston Villa
West Ham United 1-1 Birmingham City
Arsenal 3-0 Everton – HIGHLIGHTS

Matchweek 6 (Saturday, Nov. 6 – Sunday, Nov. 7)

Aston Villa 0-1 Chelsea
Everton 0-1 Brighton
Leicester City 1-4 Manchester City
Tottenham 1-1 Manchester United
Birmingham City 0-3 Reading
Arsenal 4-0 West Ham United

Matchweek 7 (Sunday, Nov. 14)

Everton 1-1 Manchester United
Birmingham City 0-1 Aston Villa
Tottenham 1-1 Arsenal
Brighton 1-0 Leicester City
Manchester City 0-4 Chelsea
West Ham United 2-2 Reading

Matchweek 8 (Sunday, Nov. 21)

Manchester United 0-2 Arsenal
Leicester City 0-1 Everton
Manchester City 5-0 Aston Villa
Reading 2-0 Brighton
Chelsea 5-0 Birmingham City
West Ham United 1-0 Tottenham

Matchweek 9 (Sunday, Dec. 12)

Everton 1-1 West Ham United
Brighton 0-2 Manchester United
Reading 1-0 Chelsea
Birmingham City 2-3 Manchester City
Arsenal 4-0 Leicester City
Aston Villa 1-2 Tottenham

Matchweek 10 (Sunday, Dec. 19)

Manchester United 5-0 Aston Villa
Tottenham 1-0 Everton
Leicester City 2-0 Birmingham City

Matchweek 11 (Saturday, Jan. 8. – Sunday, Jan. 9)

Reading 1-0 Leicester City
Brighton 0-6 Manchester City
Birmingham City 2-0 Arsenal

Matchweek 12 (Saturday, Jan. 15 – Sunday, Jan. 16)

Manchester United 5-0 Birmingham City
Aston Villa 0-3 Manchester City
Tottenham 1-1 West Ham United
Leicester City 1-0 Brighton

Matchweek 13 (Sunday, Jan. 23)

Manchester United 3-0 Tottenham
Manchester City 1-1 Arsenal
Brighton 0-0 Chelsea
Leicester City 1-2 Aston Villa
Reading 3-2 Birmingham City
West Ham United 3-0 Everton

Matchweek 14 (Saturday/Sunday, Feb. 5-6)

Arsenal 1-1 Manchester United — WATCH REPLAY

Chelsea 1-0 Manchester City — WATCH REPLAY

Everton 1-2 Reading
Birmingham City 1-2 Leicester City
Tottenham 4-0 Brighton
Aston Villa 1-2 West Ham United

Matchweek 15 (Friday to Sunday, Feb. 11-13)

Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal
Manchester City 1-0 Manchester United
Everton 0-2 Aston Villa
Birmingham City 0-2 Tottenham
Leicester City 3-0 West Ham United
Brighton 4-1 Reading

Matchweek 16 (Saturday, March 5 – Sunday, March 6)

Manchester United 4-0 Leicester City
Aston Villa 0-1 Brighton
Reading 0-0 Tottenham
Manchester City vs Everton
Arsenal 4-2 Birmingham City
West Ham United 1-4 Chelsea

Matchweek 17 (Sunday, March 13)

Everton 3-2 Leicester City
Reading 1-3 Manchester United
Birmingham City 0-1 West Ham United
Brighton 0-3 Arsenal
Chelsea 1-0 Aston Villa
Tottenham 0-1 Manchester City

Rearranged games (March 16)

Man City 2-0 Reading
West Ham 1-1 Manchester United
Everton 0-3 Chelsea

Rearranged games (March 23)

Man City 4-0 Everton
Chelsea vs Tottenham — POSTPONED

Matchweek 18 (Saturday, March 26 – Sunday, March 27)

Aston Villa 1-1 Reading
Arsenal vs Tottenham — POSTPONED
Manchester United 3-1 Everton
Manchester City vs Birmingham City — POSTPONED
Leicester City 0-9 Chelsea
West Ham United 0-2 Brighton

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Erling Haaland injury: Manchester City assess star


Manchester City star Erling Haaland left the Norway squad during the international break after suffering a groin injury.

Our partners in the UK at Sky Sports News say that Haaland missed team training on Thursday, less than 48 hours before the huge game against Liverpool this weekend.

Speaking ahead of that game, Pep Guardiola revealed City were waiting to see if Haaland could take part in training on Friday.

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Haaland, 22, joined up with Norway for their EURO 2024 qualifiers but has been sent back to Manchester City for treatment.

That meant he went to Marbella and then Barcelona in Spain for specialist treatment and he is now back in Manchester recovering from the groin injury he picked up against Burnley.

The Norwegian striker has been in stunning form in recent weeks, scoring nine goals in his last three games in all competitions for City (including five against RB Leipzig in the Champions League and a hat trick against Burnley in the FA Cup) before the break.

He has scored 42 (yes, forty two) goals in all competitions for Man City this season.

However, Pep Guardiola and Man City now face an anxious wait as an injury to Erling Haaland is the last thing they wanted before a pivotal final few months of the season as they chase the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League treble.

What is the latest update?

Pep Guardiola have a fairly positive update on Haaland ahead of Liverpool’s visit to City but it seems unlikely he will be risked if there’s any doubt around his fitness.

“Erling is recovering. This afternoon (Friday) is the last training session then we’ll see how he feels. We will see today. Again, the doctors and especially the player will decide how does he feel,” Guardiola said.

“Yesterday I spoke with him and he feels good. But we will see. Life is risk in these stages. You have to take it. We score a lot of goals this season. He scored an incredible amount of goals. But in the past always we scored a lot of goals.”

Norway’s team doctor, Ola Sand, previously gave an update on Haaland’s injury.

“We hoped that this was just a familiarity that would carry over to Saturday, but after doing tests and examinations yesterday it became clear that he will not make it to the games against Spain and Georgia,” Sand said. “It is better that he receives medical follow-up at the club.”

Norway face Spain on Saturday and Georgia next Tuesday, so it seems like Haaland is in a race to be fit for Man City’s games after the international break.

Which games could he miss?

After the international break Man City are playing in the first game of the weekend as they host Liverpool on Saturday, Apr. 1 at the Etihad Stadium.

It seems like Haaland could be struggling to be fully fit for that game, and maybe even the trip to Southampton on Apr. 8, so Pep Guardiola may choose to rest him for their massive UEFA Champions League quarterfinal first leg against Bayern Munich on Apr. 11.

Given the form Haaland is in right now, it will be a blow for City if he does miss the next few games but the last thing they want is any long-term damage. Plus, it’s helpful to have the likes of World Cup winner Julian Alvarez in reserve to step in for Haaland.

Premier League table, 2022-23 season

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If it’s the 2022-23 Premier League table you’re after, you’ve come to the right place.

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After the break for the 2022 World Cup, the Premier League returned with a bang and the start to 2023 has delivered plenty of fun.

Now we are approaching the final few months of the campaign, it is so tight up and down the Premier League table.

Who’s looking like title contenders and/or favorites?

As we head into the final months of the 2022-23 season, Arsenal and Manchester City are looking head and shoulders above the rest and although Manchester United briefly surged into the picture, they look more likely to cement their spot as the third best team in the Premier League.

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The Gunners will have their hands full for the duration of their title challenge, as Erling Haaland continues to take the Premier League by storm with an almost impossible goal-scoring record.

What about the top four and European places?

Uneven Tottenham are hanging in the top four battle and for the moment have hunted down Newcastle, while Liverpool is back in the Champions League picture after their return to form and Chelsea looks like a top six finish is their ceiling. For now.

Surprising Fulham, Brentford, and Brighton are all hanging around on the periphery with fine campaigns. Can one of them surprise and qualify for Europe?

Who are the candidates for relegation?

Southampton, West Ham, and Bournemouth currently occupy the relegation places but that keeps changing all the time and it is so tight at the bottom of the table.

Nottingham Forest, Leicester City, Wolves, Leeds, Everton and Crystal Palace all find themselves within a few points of the bottom three as the race to stay in the Premier League intensifies. This could be the craziest relegation scrap in Premier League history.

Below you will find the latest Premier League table.

Premier League table – March 19

Premier League standings

NBC Sports’ standings and scoreboard

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Arsenal vs Leeds: How to watch, live stream link, team news


Arsenal can keep its Premier League title run going strong with a win over relegation-fighting Leeds United on Saturday at the Emirates Stadium (watch live, 10am ET on USA Network and online via

The Gunners enter Saturday with an 8-point title lead over Manchester City, who holds a match-in-hand and plays the 7:30am ET kickoff earlier Saturday vs Liverpool.


Leeds is coming off a feisty but fortunate 4-2 win over Wolves that it took it clear of the bottom three by two points.

If Leeds can manage a point here, it will be a heaping helping of unexpected and will say something about Javi Gracia’s project at Elland Road.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Arsenal vs Leeds.

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How to watch Arsenal vs Leeds live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 10am ET, Saturday
TV Channel: USA Network
Online: Stream via

Key storylines & star players

For Arsenal, it’s going to continue to be a feast of talent in attacking positions as Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard are in the Premier League Player of the Year conversation and Gabriel Martinelli isn’t too far off. Perhaps Gabriel Jesus would be there, too, if he didn’t miss such a long stretch of time with injury but he’s fit and firing and Leeds has reason to worry about its back line. Leeds would love to see Maximillian Wober and Tyler Adams available but they are not and it will be incumbent about the attackers to make up for their absences. Weston McKennie and Marc Roca will be under the microscope today.

Arsenal team news, injuries, lineup options

QUESTIONABLE: Thomas Partey (other), Kieran Tierney (calf). OUT: William Saliba (lower back), Mohamed Elneny (knee), Eddie Nketiah (ankle), Takehiro Tomiyasu (knee)

Leeds team news, injuries, lineup options

OUT: Maximillian Wober (thigh), Stuart Dallas (thigh), Adam Forshaw (groin), Tyler Adams (hamstring), Wilfried Gnonto (ankle).

Arsenal title tracker – What do Gunners need to win the Premier League?


Eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table with 10 games to go, what do Arsenal need to win their first Premier League title in 19 years?

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Mikel Arteta has his young side on the cusp of a pretty remarkable and very unexpected Premier League title win.

With a solid defensive unit, perfectly balanced midfield and the likes of Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli and Martin Odegaard having fine campaigns in the final third, there is so much to love about this Arsenal team.

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But how, and when, can Arsenal seal the Premier League title they crave? How many points do they need to gain? What are the scenarios based on their huge game against Manchester City in April?

How many points do Arsenal need to win the Premier League title?

With 10 games remaining, there are many different ways the Gunners can win the Premier League title.

In its simplest form: if Arsenal win nine of their final 10 games they will be crowned Premier League games.

The magic number for Arsenal to reach is 95 points. If they reach 95 points, Manchester City cannot catch them.

But if Man City beat Arsenal in their huge game at the Etihad on April 26 and win their game in-hand, Arsenal will need to win all nine of their other remaining game to be sure of the title. That would give them 96 points and Man City could only finish on 94.

If Arsenal drew against Man City then Man City could only finish on a maximum of 92 points. That means Arsenal would need eight wins from their remaining nine games to win the title as they would have 94 points.

If Arsenal win at Man City then Man City would only be able to reach 91 points. So, Arsenal would only have to win seven of their other nine remaining games to seal the title.

All of this proves just how massive the Manchester City vs Arsenal game on April 26 is in deciding the title winner.

When did Arsenal last win the Premier League?

They last won the Premier League title in the 2003-04 season, the famous ‘Invincibles’ campaign as they didn’t lose any of their 38 games that season.

Think Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp, Thierry Henry, Freddie Ljungberg, Sol Campbell and Robert Pires in full flow and Arsene Wenger with a huge smile on his face on the sidelines. Magnificent.

When did Arsenal last win a trophy?

The last trophy Arsenal won was the FA Cup in the 2019-20 season, they also won the FA Community Shield in 2020.

Both of those trophies were won by current boss Mikel Arteta.

Which trophies have Arsenal won?

Here are the list of trophies the Gunners have won in their history:

  • FA Cup (14 – Record)
  • Premier League/First Division titles (13)
  • League Cup (2)
  • FA Community Shield (16)
  • European Cup Winners’ Cup (1)
  • Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (1)