Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

No Room for Error as United Aim for Top Spot

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

No Room for Error as United Aim for Top Spot

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HAVING issued an almighty statement of intent last time out, United will go looking to regain top billing in the FA Women's Championship tomorrow.

Before the international break, Casey Stoney's side emphatically reeled in table-toppers Tottenham Hotspur, striker Jess Sigsworth taking her tally to eight goals in as many games with a brace as the Reds hammered their north London rivals 4-1 at Leigh Sports Village.

United now travel to struggling Crystal Palace, who are second-frombottom and have scored just four league goals all season tomorrow (kick-off 2pm).

Success in Bromley could see United move back to the top of the table if Spurs slip up against Charlton Athletic, and midfielder Katie Zelem is wary of potential rustiness on their return to Championship action. …

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