Only one game in the WSL but plenty of international football to look foward to

Womens Super League

The WSL only has one fixture this weekend but there is plenty of international football to look forward to over the weekend with all of the home nations in action bar Republic Of Ireland Women.

The only action in the WSL comes in the WSL 2 when bottom place Watford entertain seventh place Sheffield FC Ladies. Watford are still looking for their first win of the season in their ninth game of the season. Sheffield will be looking to bounce back from their narrow defeat in their last game away at Durham Women FC. A win for Sheffield would see them move above Oxford United Women and into sixth place. A win for Watford would put them on the same amount of points as second bottom Aston Villa Ladies. FC.

All the home nations are in action. England Women face a tough game in the group stage of SheBelieves Cup when they face Germany in Phil Neville’s second game in charge. They then have their third group game Thursday against the United States on Thursday. Neville will be hoping to win his first few games in charge in order to show the nation why the FA appointed him to succeed Mark Sampson.

Scotland Women have two friendlies in the space of three days. Both times they will play New Zealand Women. They will be looking to get some good results especially with quality players in Jennifer Beattie, Joanna Love and Jane Ross to name just a few.

Wales Women are also in action in the Cyprus Cup group stages. Tomorrow they host Italy and then on Monday they are away to Switzerland. The Squad possesses quality players such as Natasha Harding Sophie Ingle and Rachel Rowe to name a few.  They have started the Cyprus Cup well with them winning their first group game.

Northern Ireland women are in action in the Goldcity Women’s Cup. Tomorrow they play Romania and then on Sunday they play Ukraine with both games in Alanya in Turkey. The Squad contains quality players like Brenna McPartlan, Victoria Carleton and Laura Rafferty to name just a few.

One thing is for sure, despite fans not being spoilt with much football in the WSL there is plenty of action to look forward to for the home nations and hopefully, some of them can get the results they need to give themselves a chance of winning a trophy