Get the lowdown ahead of Manchester City’s Barclays Women’s Super League trip to Bristol City.


Gareth Taylor’s side visit Ashton Gate on Sunday 28 April, with kick-off scheduled for 18:45 (UK).

Following our emphatic 5-0 win over West Ham last time out, we enter the fixture at the division’s summit with three matches remaining albeit having played one more fixture than second-placed, Chelsea.

As ever, comprehensive coverage will be provided on the Official Man City App and – meanwhile, regular updates will be posted on X: @ManCityWomen.

Barclays WSL
1 Chelsea FC Chelsea Chelsea 22 18 1 3 71 18 53 55 WLWWW
2 Manchester City Manchester City Man City 22 18 1 3 61 15 46 55 WWWLW
3 Arsenal Arsenal Arsenal 22 16 2 4 53 20 33 50 WWDWW
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The Official Man City App will have all bases at Ashton Gate covered.

Our Matchday Centre will get under way from 17:15 (UK) and will provide detailed text commentary, stats and analysis before, during and after the game.

Live audio commentary will also be provided, and those with push notifications turned on can be alerted to all the key bits of the action as they unfold.

A comprehensive match report, plus reaction from Taylor and members of his squad will be published on and our app shortly after the final whistle.


Short and extended highlights, as well as a CITY+ full-match replay will be made available at 12:00 (UK) on Monday 29 April.


On Bunny Shaw’s foot injury the boss said: “We have an issue with Bunny, she’s sustained a foot injury which will keep her out of the game for certain and potentially longer. 

“It’s such a difficult one for Bunny because she’s had an incredible season. We had a feeling it might be an issue when she came off the pitch [against West Ham] even though it was non contact. 

“She’ll be well looked after by the medical team.”


City set a new record for consecutive Barclays Women’s Super League wins across a single season with a superb 5-0 victory over West Ham.

Goals from Leila Ouahabi, Bunny Shaw (two), Laura Blindkilde Brown and Jess Park helped us to three precious points which moved us to the division’s summit.

It represented our 13th consecutive league win which beats the previous best of 12 set by Gareth Taylor’s team in 2020/21.


A scintillating first-half performance saw us blow the Vixens away in October’s reverse fixture at the Joie Stadium.

Jill Roord broke the deadlock in the ninth minute and the Netherlands international bagged her brace after Laia Aleixandri netted her first for the Club.

Then, in stoppage time before the break, Bunny Shaw scored our fifth and final goal of the match to hand us a strong win.  


City’s trip to Bristol City will be broadcast live in the United Kingdom on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Premier League.

Those residing outside of Great Britain can find out how to tune in below by clicking this link to our full TV guide courtesy of

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