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LFC Women Face Must-Win Match vs. Coventry United: Preview and Ways to Watch

Liverpool hope to take advantage of Coventry’s poor form to get a boost for the run in.

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Amalie Thestrup and Rachael Laws of Liverpool FC Women during a training session at Solar Campus on March 12, 2021 in Wallasey, England.
Amalie Thestrup and Rachael Laws of Liverpool FC Women during a training session at Solar Campus on March 12, 2021 in Wallasey, England.
Photo by Nick Taylor/Liverpool FC/Liverpool FC via Getty Images

LFC Women sit in fourth place in the FA WSL 2 as their poor run of form looks to be a thing of the past.

The Reds sit on 28 points (level on points with third place Sheffield United), ten points behind both Durham and Leicester City (both on 38, with the Foxes in first on goal difference).

Though the league campaign has not gone as fans may have hoped, with fits and starts on the pitch echoing issues off of it, signs look good for a solid finish to the season. While promotion looks less and less likely, the Reds do still have the chance to finish the season well, as they face two of the three sides with them in the top four before the end of the season in May — and also face the two teams currently in fifth and sixth.

LFC Women hope to achieve their third win in three consecutive outings as they line up against Coventry United at home on Sunday, with Coventry coming off of a poor run of their own, having lodged three losses, one draw, and just one win in their last five, scoring just twice and conceding seven.

Liverpool v Coventry United is on Sunday at 2pm GMT/9am EST, and is free to watch. Fans can support the Reds via LFCTV GO, YouTube or the official LFC Women Facebook and Twitter accounts.