The All Things Chelsea Team give their score predictions for today’s Women’s Super League fixture against Manchester United at Leigh Sports Village. Let us know your predictions in the comments below!

This feature will see three of our team explain the thinking behind their predictions for the game, and let us know what they are looking out for in the game.

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The Featured Three

Chloe (@englionesses): Manchester United 0 – 3 Chelsea

Chelsea looked to have hit the ground running against City in the Community Shield and could have scored a fair few. I feel like this is where Sam Kerr makes up for her misses and scores at least one with Beth and Fran scoring too. We’ve got a solid defence that I think United will struggle against.

Tom Overend (@tovers98): Manchester United 0 – 2 Chelsea

Chelsea Women are striving for WSL and European glory this season, and the start of their title defence should hope to set the tone. Manchester United will be no pushovers, but should be beaten. I’m hoping for a comfortable 2-0 victory with goals from England and Kirby.

Meriksson_photo (@mia_eriksson): Manchester United 0 – 3 Chelsea

Manchester United is gonna have the same players as last season available, except for Ona battle (Ivana Fuso picking up a knock the other day and won’t play and Lucy Staniforth is suspended). I think that Chelsea have done their homework after last season’s two meetings. Add to that, Chelsea have strengthened their attack. I think United won’t have the strength to hold Chelsea back.

Predictions

• Arctic Fox (@TheAfrolucy): Manchester United 0 – 3 Chelsea


What do you think will happen in today’s game? Let us know your score predictions in the comments!

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