Arsenal Women vs Manchester United Women: Injury news, prediction, predicted starting lineups

Arsenal Women vs Manchester United Women: Injury news, prediction, predicted starting lineups

Arsenal Women will host Manchester United Women at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday in the Women’s Super League and below are the injury news, predicted starting line-ups and predictions.

Man United Women had won and kept clean sheets in their opening five WSL games before they succumbed to a 3-1 defeat to Chelsea Women at the Leigh Sports Village earlier this month.

Marc Skinner’s ladies are anxious to get back to winning ways but doing that against an Arsenal Women’s side that has won all six games, conceding only one goal in the process, is a huge mountain for Manchester United Women to climb but nothing is impossible.

Arsenal Injury News

The Blues could be without the following players this weekend due to injury issues;

Jordan Nobbs
Lina Hurtig
Kim Little
Leah Williamson
Teyah Goldie
Rafaelle Souza

Manchester United Women Injury News

Alessia Russo returned from an injury against Chelsea Women and scored United’s only goal against the Blues.

Ona Batlle missed the game against Chelsea in the wake of a concussion she sustained against Brighton and the Spaniard could be available for selection this weekend.

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Manchester United Women in action against Chelsea Women

Grace Clinton returned against Chelsea and but she was left on the bench, hence she’s in contention to feature against Arsenal Women this weekend.

Marc Skinner doesn’t have many worries concerning the fitness of his players.

Predicted starting lineup for Arsenal Women

Goalkeeper: Zinsberger
Defenders: McCabe, Catley, Wubben-Moy, Wienroither
Midfielders: Maanum, Walti, Little
Forwards: Foord, Blackstenius, Mead

Predicted starting lineup for Manchester United Women

Goalkeeper: Earps
Defenders: Blundell, Le Tissier, Turner, Thorisdottir
Midfielders: Ladd, Zelem, Toone
Forwards: Parris, Russo, Galton


Arsenal Women to win [Although Arsenal are the favourites, we are hoping a huge win from Man United Women]
Over 2.5 goals [Arsenal are averaging 3.0 goals per game, Man United 2.5 goals per game]
Both teams to score YES [Both sides are good goalscoring sides, although Arsenal have conceded just one goal in six games, United three goals].


Arsenal: 6 wins from six games
Man United: 5 wins from six games

WSL Positions

Arsenal: 1st [18pts]
Manchester United: 3rd [15pts]