Birmingham City

form

All
BLB 0 - 2 BIR
W
WHU 2 - 0 BIR
L
BRI 0 - 1 BIR
W
LCL 3 - 2 BIR
L
BIR 2 - 1 SFU
W
SOT 1 - 0 BIR
L
BIR 3 - 2 BRH
W
BIR 3 - 2 COV
W
BIR 0 - 0 LEW
D
BIR 1 - 0 REA
W
Tottenham Hotspur

form

All
REA 1 - 0 TOT
L
TOT 5 - 1 COV
W
CHE 3 - 0 TOT
L
BRH 0 - 8 TOT
W
TOT 0 - 3 MCI
L
TOT 1 - 0 LFC
W
REA 1 - 2 TOT
W
ARS 4 - 0 TOT
L
TOT 1 - 2 AME
L
TOT 1 - 0 LEW
W
Head to Head
4 Matches (1 Draws)
0 Total wins 3
0 Home wins 1
0 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
1 Draw
3 Wins
BIR 0 - 2 TOT
TOT 1 - 0 BIR
BIR 0 - 1 TOT
BIR 1 - 1 TOT
1 Goals Scored 5
Games Over 2.5 Goals 0 / 4
Both Teams Scored 1 / 4
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. As the reverse fixture was not played (win awarded to Tottenham Hotspur), this is the first Women’s Super League match between Birmingham and Spurs since December 2019, with goals from Abbi Grant and Kit Graham that day.
  2. Birmingham City are essentially safe from relegation – it would take a four-goal swing from Aston Villa and a 24-goal swing from Bristol City for them to be relegated from this position, though a single point will be enough to confirm their WSL status.
  3. Birmingham City are the only side yet to win a Women’s Super League in 2021, both drawing and losing six times from 12 games played since the turn of the year (not including their awarded defeat vs Spurs).
  4. Tottenham Hotspur have lost each of their last four matches in the Women’s Super League – they have never lost five in a row in the competition.
  5. Despite only playing 240 minutes across four games in November/December, Alex Morgan remains Tottenham Hotspur’s joint-top scorer in the Women’s Super League this season with two goals – tied with Angela Addison, Siri Worm and Ashleigh Neville.
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