Manchester City Women vs West Ham United Women - All You Need To Know


Manchester City v West Ham United
Barclays FA Women’s Super League
Academy Stadium
Sunday 3 October 2021

West Ham United Women travel to the Academy Stadium on Sunday afternoon, as they take on Manchester City in round four of the Barclays FA Women’s Super League. 

The Hammers are looking to build on last weekend’s 4-0 victory over Leicester City at the Chigwell Construction Stadium. 

How to Watch

Tickets are available from the Manchester City ticket site, which you can visit by clicking here. 

Alternatively, if you can’t make the trip to Manchester, then the match will be available to watch on the FA Player website


Team News

Maisy Barker will be unavailable for selection tomorrow afternoon. The 19-year-old defender sustained a foot injury during the early stages of pre-season and is working well with our medical staff.

Grace Fisk sustained a quad injury in our opening match against Brighton and Hove Albion and will be out of action for the clash against City.

Lisa Evans and Grace Garrad both missed last weekend's win over Leicester City, and are not expected to be available for this weekends match. 

Katerina Svitkova made her return to the field in last week's victory after a long injury layoff, and is expected to be in the squad once again for the trip to Manchester. 

Further team news will be available to read when our line-up is named at 1pm on Sunday afternoon.


The Opposition

Manchester City haven’t enjoyed the greatest start to the 2021/22 campaign. The Citizens crashed out of the Champions League in the second round against Real Madrid, before losing at home in the WSL for the first time since April 2018 – as Tottenham came away 1-2 winners. 

A 5-1 drumming by Arsenal followed, before Gareth Taylor’s side got back on track during midweek, dispatching Leicester City 6-0 in the FA Cup. 

City and Taylor will be hoping that his team can return to form as quickly as possible, as they look to play catch-up in the League.

What they’re saying

Dagny Brynjarsdottir: “Maybe it’s my Icelandic mindset of being from a smaller country and being the underdog, but I think when you have a good game plan and work hard as a team then you have every chance of getting something. 

“They haven’t started well and it’s a really good opportunity for us to show that we can compete with these types of teams that have been established in the league for a long time.”

Final Reminder

Manchester City vs West Ham United gets underway at 2pm on Sunday 3 October.  

You can watch the action from the Academy Stadium live on the FA Player website from 1:50pm. 

We will also be bringing you live twitter updates as well as the usual array of post-match reaction and highlights pieces on