Leicester City Woman vs Reading Woman preview: The royals strive to stop the winning run

Reading FC Women will be looking to break their winning streak this weekend at Leicester City Women.

It’s been eight matches in the Women’s Premier League, nine in all competitions, since the Royals scored a win.

That drop in level has dwindled Kelly Chambers’ hopes of making the top four dwindle as she slipped to eighth in the standings with two games left.

The Royals are also looking poor for the remainder of the season after a long-term injury to striker Emma Harris, which left them with just three players on the bench in their defeat to West Ham United last weekend.

However, impressive performances earlier in the season mean Reading is well in the relegation zone with seven WSL wins to their name in this campaign so far.

Meanwhile, Leicester’s rival, Sunday, finds himself in a relegation quandary and needs points to try to avoid relegation.

They are currently four points behind bottom club Birmingham City but the Blues have one game on hand, the remaining three to play while the Foxes have only two points.

Leicester have been in poor shape in the league, losing all of their last five league games.

Defense problems have seen the Foxes conceded 32 goals in their last six games in all competitions, which included a 9-0 win at the hands of Chelsea.

Leicester conceded the highest number of goals in the first division (52), while it was the second lowest number of goals in the league (14).

When Leicester visited the Select Car Leasing stadium in January, the Royals secured three points thanks to Natasha Dowie’s 11th minute goal.

Reading FC Women will be looking to break their winning streak this weekend at Leicester City Women.

It’s been eight matches in the Women’s Premier League, nine in all competitions, since the Royals scored a win.

That drop in level has dwindled Kelly Chambers’ hopes of making the top four dwindle as she slipped to eighth in the standings with two games left.

The Royals are also looking poor for the remainder of the season after a long-term injury to striker Emma Harris, which left them with just three players on the bench in their defeat to West Ham United last weekend.

However, a stellar performance earlier in the season means Reading is well in the relegation zone with the WSL side winning seven wins to their name in this campaign so far.

Meanwhile, Leicester’s rival, Sunday, finds himself in a relegation quandary and needs points to try to avoid relegation.

They are currently four points behind bottom club Birmingham City but the Blues have one game on hand, the remaining three to play while the Foxes have only two points.

Leicester have been in poor shape in the league, losing all of their last five league games.

Defense problems have seen the Foxes conceded 32 goals in their last six games in all competitions, which included a 9-0 win at the hands of Chelsea.

Leicester conceded the highest number of goals in the first division (52), while it was the second lowest number of goals in the league (14).

When Leicester visited the Select Car Leasing stadium in January, the Royals secured three points thanks to Natasha Dowie’s 11th minute goal.

Reading FC Women will be looking to break their winning streak this weekend at Leicester City Women.

It’s been eight matches in the Women’s Premier League, nine in all competitions, since the Royals scored a win.

That drop in level has dwindled Kelly Chambers’ hopes of making the top four dwindle as she slipped to eighth in the standings with two games left.

The Royals are also looking poor for the remainder of the season after a long-term injury to striker Emma Harris, which left them with just three players on the bench in their defeat to West Ham United last weekend.

However, impressive performances earlier in the season mean Reading is well in the relegation zone with seven WSL wins to their name in this campaign so far.

Meanwhile, Leicester’s rival, Sunday, finds himself in a relegation quandary and needs points to try to avoid relegation.

They are currently four points behind bottom club Birmingham City but the Blues have one game on hand, the remaining three to play while the Foxes have only two points.

Leicester have been in poor shape in the league, losing all of their last five league games.

Defense problems have seen the Foxes conceded 32 goals in their last six games in all competitions, which included a 9-0 win at the hands of Chelsea.

Leicester conceded the highest number of goals in the first division (52), while it was the second lowest number of goals in the league (14).

When Leicester visited the Select Car Leasing stadium in January, the Royals secured three points thanks to Natasha Dowie’s 11th minute goal.

Reading FC Women will be looking to break their winning streak this weekend at Leicester City Women.

It’s been eight matches in the Women’s Premier League, nine in all competitions, since the Royals scored a win.

That drop in level has dwindled Kelly Chambers’ hopes of making the top four dwindle as she slipped to eighth in the standings with two games left.

The Royals are also looking poor for the remainder of the season after a long-term injury to striker Emma Harris, which left them with just three players on the bench in their defeat to West Ham United last weekend.

However, impressive performances earlier in the season mean Reading is well in the relegation zone with seven WSL wins to their name in this campaign so far.

Meanwhile, Leicester’s rival, Sunday, finds himself in a relegation quandary and needs points to try to avoid relegation.

They are currently four points behind bottom club Birmingham City but the Blues have one game on hand, the remaining three to play while the Foxes have only two points.

Leicester have been in poor shape in the league, losing all of their last five league games.

Defense problems have seen the Foxes conceded 32 goals in their last six games in all competitions, which included a 9-0 win at the hands of Chelsea.

Leicester conceded the highest number of goals in the first division (52), while it was the second lowest number of goals in the league (14).

When Leicester visited the Select Car Leasing stadium in January, the Royals secured three points thanks to Natasha Dowie’s 11th minute goal.

Reading FC Women will be looking to break their winning streak this weekend at Leicester City Women.

It’s been eight matches in the Women’s Premier League, nine in all competitions, since the Royals scored a win.

That drop in level has dwindled Kelly Chambers’ hopes of making the top four dwindle as she slipped to eighth in the standings with two games left.

The Royals are also looking poor for the remainder of the season after a long-term injury to striker Emma Harris, which left them with just three players on the bench in their defeat to West Ham United last weekend.

However, impressive performances earlier in the season mean Reading is well in the relegation zone with seven WSL wins to their name in this campaign so far.

Meanwhile, Leicester’s rival, Sunday, finds himself in a relegation quandary and needs points to try to avoid relegation.

They are currently four points behind bottom club Birmingham City but the Blues have one game on hand, the remaining three to play while the Foxes have only two points.

Leicester have been in poor shape in the league, losing all of their last five league games.

Defense problems have seen the Foxes conceded 32 goals in their last six games in all competitions, which included a 9-0 win at the hands of Chelsea.

Leicester conceded the highest number of goals in the first division (52), while it was the second lowest number of goals in the league (14).

When Leicester visited the Select Car Leasing stadium in January, the Royals secured three points thanks to Natasha Dowie’s 11th minute goal.

Reading FC Women will be looking to break their winning streak this weekend at Leicester City Women.

It’s been eight matches in the Women’s Premier League, nine in all competitions, since the Royals scored a win.

That drop in level has dwindled Kelly Chambers’ hopes of making the top four dwindle as she slipped to eighth in the standings with two games left.

The Royals are also looking poor for the remainder of the season after a long-term injury to striker Emma Harris, which left them with just three players on the bench in their defeat to West Ham United last weekend.

However, a stellar performance earlier in the season means Reading is well in the relegation zone with the WSL side winning seven wins to their name in this campaign so far.

Meanwhile, Leicester’s rival, Sunday, finds himself in a relegation quandary and needs points to try to avoid relegation.

They are currently four points behind bottom club Birmingham City but the Blues have one game on hand, the remaining three to play while the Foxes have only two points.

Leicester have been in poor shape in the league, losing all of their last five league games.

Defense problems have seen the Foxes conceded 32 goals in their last six games in all competitions, which included a 9-0 win at the hands of Chelsea.

Leicester conceded the highest number of goals in the first division (52), while it was the second lowest number of goals in the league (14).

When Leicester visited the Select Car Leasing stadium in January, the Royals secured three points thanks to Natasha Dowie’s 11th minute goal.

Reading FC Women will be looking to break their winning streak this weekend at Leicester City Women.

It’s been eight matches in the Women’s Premier League, nine in all competitions, since the Royals scored a win.

That drop in level has dwindled Kelly Chambers’ hopes of making the top four dwindle as she slipped to eighth in the standings with two games left.

The Royals are also looking poor for the remainder of the season after a long-term injury to striker Emma Harris, which left them with just three players on the bench in their defeat to West Ham United last weekend.

However, a stellar performance earlier in the season means Reading is well in the relegation zone with the WSL side winning seven wins to their name in this campaign so far.

Meanwhile, Leicester’s rival, Sunday, finds himself in a relegation quandary and needs points to try to avoid relegation.

They are currently four points behind bottom club Birmingham City but the Blues have one game on hand, the remaining three to play while the Foxes have only two points.

Leicester have been in poor shape in the league, losing all of their last five league games.

Defense problems have seen the Foxes conceded 32 goals in their last six games in all competitions, which included a 9-0 win at the hands of Chelsea.

Leicester conceded the highest number of goals in the first division (52), while it was the second lowest number of goals in the league (14).

When Leicester visited the Select Car Leasing stadium in January, the Royals secured three points thanks to Natasha Dowie’s 11th minute goal.

Reading FC Women will be looking to break their winning streak this weekend at Leicester City Women.

It’s been eight matches in the Women’s Premier League, nine in all competitions, since the Royals scored a win.

That drop in level has dwindled Kelly Chambers’ hopes of making the top four dwindle as she slipped to eighth in the standings with two games left.

The Royals are also looking poor for the remainder of the season after a long-term injury to striker Emma Harris, which left them with just three players on the bench in their defeat to West Ham United last weekend.

However, a stellar performance earlier in the season means Reading is well in the relegation zone with the WSL side winning seven wins to their name in this campaign so far.

Meanwhile, Leicester’s rival, Sunday, finds himself in a relegation quandary and needs points to try to avoid relegation.

They are currently four points behind bottom club Birmingham City but the Blues have one game on hand, the remaining three to play while the Foxes have only two points.

Leicester have been in poor shape in the league, losing all of their last five league games.

Defense problems have seen the Foxes conceded 32 goals in their last six games in all competitions, which included a 9-0 win at the hands of Chelsea.

Leicester conceded the highest number of goals in the first division (52), while it was the second lowest number of goals in the league (14).

When Leicester visited the Select Car Leasing stadium in January, the Royals secured three points thanks to Natasha Dowie’s 11th minute goal.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: