Manchester City Women's team schedule

Manchester City v Leicester City - Barclays Women´s Super League
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Manchester City women's team returns to action this weekend after being away due to an intentional break. They now have six fixtures awaiting in three different Leagues.

After claiming a massive 1-0 victory over Chelsea last month, Man City are now in joint first place with Chelsea, both on 34 points, and Arsenal are three points behind first.

There is so much to play for now; Man City also have the FA Cup and the Conti Cup remaining after playing so many fixtures against top clubs like Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United; it's quite the achievement and should even make them the favourites lift one of these trophies.

Manchester City Women's schedule

(A reminder that all the times are based in UK time)

Manchester City vs Everton - 12:00, Saturday, 2nd of March (WSL)

Manchester City vs Chelsea - 19:15, Thursday, 7th of March (Conti Cup semi-final)

Tottenham vs Manchester City - 15:00, Sunday, 10th of March (FA Cup quarter-final)

Brighton vs Manchester City - 12:30, Sunday, 17th of March (WSL)

Manchester City vs Manchester United - 12:30, Saturday, 23rd of March (WSL)

Liverpool vs Manchester City - 12:30, Saturday, 30th of March (WSL)

A busy month for the Cityzens, who get started on Saturday in the Women's Super League against Everton. The two sides have played each other twice so far, with both games ending in wins for Man City, which will be quite the confidence boost for Gareth Taylor's squad.

The Conti Cup semi-final is this coming week, and what a fixture to determine who will play in the final as City and Chelsea meet for the third time this season, which, interestingly, Chelsea hasn't secured a win in either (1-1 and then 1-0 for City). But, despite that stat, it will be a difficult task for Man City, who will have to repeat their winning performance.

After that, City takes place in an FA Cup quarter-final against Spurs, again, in quite an exciting fixture. It was a 1-0 win for Man City the last time they met Spurs, which was in the Conti Cup, and now, they have the same task in the FA Cup.

Then, it's back to the Women's Super League. First it will be Brighton and Hove Albion, who actually did manage to defeat Man City, 1-0 a few months ago.

Two huge fixtures then will approach, the first being a Manchester derby, and, to end the fixture list, Liverpool.

It will be such a crucial and maybe even defining month for Manchester City and their attempt to win a Women's Super League, the FA Cup and also the Conti Cup.