The WSL is back this weekend after a brief break for the September internationals, with Chelsea travelling up north to face Manchester United at Leigh Sports Village.
United have started the season better than most imagined under new manager Marc Skinner, although today is the first real test after being favourites to beat Reading and newly promoted Leicester City in their opening two matches.
Chelsea have already lost a game, against title rivals Arsenal, but they picked up their first three points of the season last time out versus Everton.
Check out the Manchester United Women’s line-up below:
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Kick-off is at 12:30 and the game can be watched live on BBC Two or via the iPlayer.
Skinner has a strong squad full of internationals to choose from and the home support will be hoping to see the Reds beat one of the favourites to win the WSL this season.
Millie Turner continues her recovery following the knee injury she picked up against Leicester.
Other WSL fixtures today
Brighton & Hove Albion v Aston Villa (14:00 BST)
Tottenham Hotspur v Reading (14:00 BST)
West Ham United v Leicester City (15:00 BST)
Manchester City v Arsenal (18:45 BST)