Leicester vs Manchester City WSL: TV channel, live stream, team news & prediction
The WSL returns this weekend, beginning with Manchester City's trip to basement side Leicester on Saturday.
The Foxes got their first three points of the season last time out in the WSL with an emphatic victory over Brighton, but saw their following league fixture postponed.
They face a City side who go into Saturday's fixture off the back of a pair of comprehensive cup victories, but fell behind in the race for Champions League football after drawing against Villa in their last WSL outing.
Where to watch Leicester vs Man City WSL on TV/live stream
When is kick off? Saturday 4 February, 11:30 (GMT)
Where is the match being played? King Power Stadium
TV channel/live stream? Sky Sports Premier League (UK) ,FA Player (International)
What time does coverage start in the UK? 11:00 (GMT)
Referee? Amy Fearn
Leicester team news
Jess Sigsworth remains a long-term absentee for Leicester as she continues her recovery from an ACL injury. Abbie McManus is also sidelined with a fractured leg.
The Foxes will also be without January loan signing Ruby Mace, as she cannot feature against parent club Manchester City.
Man City team news
Vicky Losada has played her last match for Man City, after her departure to Roma was confirmed on Wednesday.
Demi Stokes has returned to training and is back in contention following a short spell on the sidelines. Esme Morgan remains a doubt, having been withdrawn at half time against Aston Villa due to injury.
Leicester vs Man City score prediction
Leicester recorded a convincing 3-0 win over Brighton in their last WSL outing to kickstart their bid to avoid the drop. However, they were hard done by with their postponement against Tottenham the following week, potentially stunting the momentum that had been built.
Man City underwhelmed against Aston Villa, but have typically had too much about them when facing sides in the bottom half of the WSL this season and will be expected to take three points against the Foxes.