Arsenal v Man City TV channel, streaming, kick-off time and team news ahead of WSL clash

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Everything you need to know ahead of Sunday's big clash in the Women's Super League.

Manchester City will look to to continue their unbeaten run this season when they head to Arsenal on Sunday.

City secured a 1-0 win over Leicester last time out on October 21 after a right-footed shot by Chloe Kelly in the 10th minute and an assist for Jill Roord gave them their third win of four matches so far this season. The pairing have been unstoppable this season, with five goals between them after Roord became the club’s record signing in the summer.

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They last met Arsenal in April, Jonas Eidevall’s side beating City 2-1 as goals by Frida Maanum and Katie McCabe silenced away fans following Khadija Shaw’s fifth-minute goal.

Gareth Taylor’s side will looking to avoid a re-run this Sunday, while the Gunners will be hungry for points against the league leaders, as they sit seventh in the early league table. If you’re planning on watching the game, here’s everything you need to know about the WSL clash.

Manchester City and Arsenal last met in the Women's Super League in April Manchester City and Arsenal last met in the Women's Super League in April
Manchester City and Arsenal last met in the Women's Super League in April | Getty Images

When does Arsenal v Man City kick-off?

The game takes place at Boreham Wood's Meadow Park at 12.30pm on Sunday, November 5.

Is Arsenal v Man City on TV?

If you can’t make the trip down to Hertfordshire this weekend, BBC Two will be showing the game live. You can also stream it online via BBC iPlayer, so don’t worry about missing out as the teams go head-to-head. Coverage will begin at 12:15pm on BBC Two.

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Man City team news

England's mid-week Nations League defeat against Belgium has put Taylor's side into a state of uncertainty following a head injury for Alex Greenwood. The defender was given oxygen and stretchered off in the 30th minute after a collision with Belgian striker Jassina Blom. City provided a positive update on the injury, announcing that Greenwood will return to the City Football Academy for further assessments as is alert and well. However, as per concussion protocol, it is unlikely that Greenwood will be part of Sunday’s matchday squad.

Alex Greenwood took a nasty bang to the head on international duty Alex Greenwood took a nasty bang to the head on international duty
Alex Greenwood took a nasty bang to the head on international duty | BELGA MAG/AFP via Getty Images

Arsenal team news

Eidevall looks to have plenty of options ahead of the weekend. Vivienne Miedema returned last time out against Bristol City, replacing Alessia Russo in stoppage time. The forward has been out with an ACL injury since last December and could pick up some more minutes against City. Beth Mead made her first appearance in the squad since November last month following a knee injury, scoring against Aston Villa on her return.

Manchester City vs Arsenal – the last five WSL results

2/4/23 – Arsenal 2-1 Man City

11/2/23 – Man City 2-1 Arsenal

23/1/22 – Man City 1-1 Arsenal

26/9/21 – Arsenal 5-0 Man City

7/2/21 – Arsenal 2-1 Man City

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