Birmingham City

form

All
AST 0 - 1 BIR
W
MCI 6 - 0 BIR
L
BIR 0 - 1 CHE
L
BRH 1 - 3 BIR
W
BIR 0 - 0 EVE
D
CHE 5 - 0 BIR
L
BIR 0 - 1 WHU
L
ARS 4 - 2 BIR
L
BIR 0 - 2 TOT
L
BIR 1 - 2 LEW
L
Arsenal

form

All
WHU 0 - 2 ARS
W
ARS 3 - 0 TOT
W
ARS 7 - 0 AST
W
EVE 0 - 3 ARS
W
ARS 0 - 2 CHE
L
LEW 0 - 5 ARS
W
WOB 2 - 0 ARS
L
ARS 1 - 1 WOB
D
ARS 4 - 0 COV
W
BRH 0 - 3 ARS
W
Head to Head
20 Matches (2 Draws)
4 Total wins 14
3 Home wins 9
1 Away wins 5
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
0 Draw
4 Wins
ARS 4 - 2 BIR
BIR 2 - 0 ARS
BIR 0 - 4 ARS
ARS 3 - 0 BIR
ARS 2 - 0 BIR
4 Goals Scored 13
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 1 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Birmingham have lost each of their last five WSL matches with Arsenal, since a 3-0 win over the Gunners in April 2018. The Blues have also failed to net in any of the last four meetings.
  2. Only against both Everton and Liverpool (14 each) have Arsenal recorded more Women’s Super League victories than their 13 over Birmingham.
  3. Including a forfeited fixture with Spurs, Birmingham haven’t won any of their last 16 WSL matches against London opposition (D3 L13), with their last such home win coming in November 2018 against West Ham.
  4. Birmingham have led for just 11 minutes in WSL matches this season, 108 minutes fewer than any other side (Leicester, 119), whilst they’ve also trailed for more minutes than any side in the top-flight in 2021-22 (517).
  5. Only Yeovil in 2018 (21) lost more Women’s Super League games in a single calendar year than Birmingham did in 2021 (16), whilst their 23 games without a victory in 2021 is the most matches played by a side in a single calendar year the competition without managing to win at least once (excludes forfeited match with Spurs).
  6. Birmingham have won just two of their previous 11 WSL games to kick off a calendar year (D6 L3), beating Bristol City in 2011 and Reading in 2019 (2021 was a draw with Brighton after a forfeited match with Spurs).
  7. Arsenal have forced more high turnovers (118) than any other WSL team this season, with only Chelsea (30) registering more high turnovers ending in shots than the Gunners (28). Five of Arsenal’s have ended in goals, which is also a league-high.
  8. Arsenal have scored more headed goals (7) than any other side in the WSL so far, while opponents Birmingham have conceded 25% of the 28 headed goals in the competition in 2021-22 (7), more than any other team.
  9. Vivianne Miedema (38) has attempted more shots than any other Women’s Super League player this season, with only Sam Kerr (9) netting more goals than the Dutchwoman (7). Indeed, she has attempted just 31 shots fewer than the entire Birmingham team combined in 2021-22 (69), though she has herself scored three more times than the Blues (4).
  10. Arsenal’s Beth Mead (27) has created more chances than any other WSL player so far this season, 26 of which have come from open play – also a league high in 2021-22. However, teammate Katie McCabe and Chelsea’s Fran Kirby (5 each) have registered more assists than Mead (4) at this stage.
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