It is the battle of the top two this weekend in the Scottish Women’s Premier League as Rangers visit Petershill Park.
It’s the first meeting of the season between the two more recent SWPL champions in a second successive SWPL Glasgow derby for City.
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If you are unable to make it to Petershill Park on Sunday, you can keep up to date with all the action on our social channels or watch the match live on BBC ALBA. Kick off is at 4.10.
Rangers won their first ever honour last season when they clinched the SWPL title and have started their defence of the title strongly.
Moving it to Broadwood Stadium this season, Rangers also had their first taste of European football when they beat Ferencvaros and PAOK before missing out on the group stage after an extra time defeat in Portugal to Benfica.
The Gers have strengthened their squad with the signings of Colette Cavanagh from Hibernian and New Zealand goalkeeper, Victoria Esson.
Glasgow City and Rangers met three times last season with Rangers winning once and the other two matches ending in draws.
The only game at Petershill Park saw City come from behind to take a point courtesy of a Niamh Farrelly header in an enthralling one all draw.
The two meetings in 2022 saw Rangers win 3-1 in February before a goalless draw in May at the Rangers Training Centre.
Rangers have a 100% record in the SWPL this season with nine wins from nine. Their only defeats in any competition this season were against Benfica in the UEFA Women’s Champions League.
Last time out, Rangers booked a place in their first ever Sky Sports Cup final with a 4-0 victory away at Spartans.
Glasgow City have also won every match in the SWPL this season but sit behind Rangers on goal difference having moved up from third place in the last league match thanks to victory over Celtic.
City’s last match saw us exit the Sky Sports Cup with defeat against Hibernian.
SWPL Fixtures this Weekend:
Glasgow Women v Hibernian (12:00)
Celtic v Hearts (14:00)
Dundee United v Spartans (16:00)
Hamilton Academical v Partick Thistle (16:00)
Motherwell v Aberdeen (16:00)
Glasgow City v Rangers (16:10)