When Liverpool Women host Reading Women at Prenton Park on Sunday, they will attempt to avoid a fifth defeat in a row across all competitions.
Reading has lost their last three Women’s Super League games, putting them one point behind their rivals despite currently being in ninth place in the standings.
Due to the fact that their WSL matchup with Chelsea on January 22 was postponed due to a frozen pitch, Liverpool has only played one league game in 2023.
The Reds, on the other hand, were able to play Chelsea in the FA Cup last weekend and fought back to win 3-2.
With only five points between them and bottom-of-the-table Leicester City, Liverpool could be dragged into a relegation battle after winning only two of their 10 league games this season.
Liverpool has lost three of their last four competitive games, defeating Chelsea, Manchester United, and Manchester City. Now they face a team outside the WSL top four, giving them a chance to win.
They can also be inspired by the fact that they have won both of their league victories this season on their own turf.
Reading, like their hosts, has only won two league games this season, and they will be looking to avoid losing their fourth league game in a row on Sunday.
Reading is currently four points ahead of the one and only relegation spot ahead of the weekend’s round of fixtures, having earned seven points from their 12 WSL games.
Due to injuries to their knees and ankles, Shanice van de Sanden and Leanne Kiernan are likely to be unable to participate in Liverpool.
Beard won’t be able to use Rachel Furness because she left the team at mutual consent before signing for Bristol City on a free transfer to the Championship.
Natasha Dowie has returned to Reading on loan after scoring 45 goals in 66 appearances during her first spell there before leaving in 2015. However, she will not be able to play against her parent club on Sunday, so she will have to wait for her second debut.
Deanne Rose, a forward who has been out with an injury for a long time, is still out for the visitors.
After making her return to the club in January, Jade Moore may be included in the starting lineup on Sunday after making her second appearance off the bench against Leicester.
In addition, Reading signed Esther Mayi Kith during the winter transfer window. As she waits for her first Reading appearance, she may be used as a substitute.
The current tournament has seen Liverpool LFC play ten games, putting them in ninth place in their group.
They are currently 11th in their group with two wins from twelve matches. They have only managed one draw and nine losses thus far. They were successful in scoring fourteen goals but conceded twenty-seven. It is necessary to have a thorough understanding of soccer’s past play, player lineups, and predicted goals to bet on matches. Naturally, both teams want to win the game, but the odds seem to favor Liverpool FC Ladies Women with a 47.2% chance.
Their most recent match, which took place on November 25, 2022, resulted in a 3:3 victory. If we look at the entire history of head-to-head matches, there have been 9 games. In three of those games, Liverpool (W) won, Reading (W) won, and even in two meetings, the opponents couldn’t figure out who was stronger, so the games ended in a draw. The difference between goals scored and goals conceded is as follows: 12-15.
• In six of the last seven matches against Reading (W) in The FA Women’s Super League, Liverpool (W) conceded in the first half.
• In 13 of the last 15 home games in The FA Women’s Super League, Liverpool (W) has conceded in the first half.
• Reading (W) has defeated Liverpool (W) seven times in The FA Women’s Super League play.
• In 11 of their last 12 matches in The FA Women’s Super League, Liverpool (W) has conceded.
• Reading (W) has defeated Liverpool (W) in three of their last four home games in the FA Women’s Super League.
• Liverpool (W) has lost four of its last five home games by a score of 1-0.
Liverpool Women possible:
Laws; Koivisto, Fahey, Bonner, Campbell; Nagano, Holland; Daniels, Kearns, Lawley; Stengel
Reading Women possible:
Moloney; Mukandi, Evans, Cooper; Eikeland, Moore, Vanhaevermaet, Woodham; Rowe, Harries, Wellings
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