Before the upcoming pivotal Women’s Super League Manchester derby this Sunday, Old Trafford underwent a transformation, showcasing posters of Lionesses standouts Ella Toone and Mary Earps across its historic walls.
The Red Devils approach the derby with strong momentum, having netted an impressive 12 goals in their recent pair of matches: a dominant 7-0 triumph over Everton in the FA WSL Cup and a convincing 5-0 victory against West Ham in the WSL.
Their flawless domestic record boasts three wins in the initial six league fixtures, positioning them third on the league table, trailing leaders Chelsea by seven points. Meanwhile, their adversaries have secured 12 points from six games, currently holding the sixth spot in the league standings.
Following the electrifying Manchester derby, Marc Skinner’s squad will face off against archrivals Liverpool in a crucial FA WSL Cup group stage clash scheduled for November 22nd.
— Manchester United Women (@ManUtdWomen) November 19, 2023
Manchester United W performance and stats
In the last 6 games, it has won 3 times and drawn 3 times. In its last match, Manchester United W won 5-0 against West Ham W.
It has a positive goal difference after scoring 17 goals and conceding 6.