How to watch Westfield W-League Round 7

It’s first versus second as two undefeated teams with designs of lifting the Westfield W-League Premiership go head-to-head as Sydney FC host title rivals Canberra United next Monday.

The Sky Blues have a perfect record from their four matches this season, with the Newcastle Jets proving to be their latest victims by a 2-0 scoreline on Sunday as Ante Juric’s side close on their first Premiership in 10 years. But first they have to contend with defending Premiers, Melbourne City, on Thursday night.

Fourth-placed Adelaide United will continue their quest for a first-ever finals appearance when they take a trip to face Western Sydney Wanderers in one of two matches on Sunday.  Melbourne Victory are another team competing for a top-four place and they go head-to-head with the Newcastle Jets, also on Sunday.

The round wraps up with the Green Machine aiming to put a major dent in the leaders’ armour at Nestrata Jubilee Stadium on Monday, 8 February. Vicki Linton’s team have won three and drawn two this campaign with the returning Michelle Heyman on a red-hot scoring streak of six goals in five games.

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Round 7 fixtures

Melbourne City v Sydney FC
Thursday, 4 February 2021
Venue:  Frank Holohan Reserve
Kick-off: 7.05pm AEDT
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Western Sydney Wanderers v Adelaide United
Sunday, 7 February 2021
Venue: Marconi Stadium
Kick-off: 4.05pm AEDT
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Melbourne Victory v Newcastle Jets
Sunday, 7 February 2021
Venue: La Trobe City Stadium
Kick-off: 6:05pm
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Sydney FC v Canberra United
Monday, 8 February 2021
Venue: Nestrata Jubilee Stadium
Kick-off: 4.35pm AEDT
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