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Greenwood 'not worried' by Man City's slow start:
City may have seemed unlikely title contenders when they lost their first two WSL matches, and they were eliminated from the Champions League at the qualifying stage by Real Madrid.

However, Gareth Taylor's side have not lost a game inside 90 minutes since defeat by Chelsea on 25 September and are unbeaten in 13 WSL games - including 11 wins.

Ahead of Ramadan, Sky Sports News exclusively revealed match officials across the Premier League and the EFL have been asked to allow players to break their fast during evening matches over the holy period.

Importantly, that guidance also covers matches in the Women's Super League and the FA Women's Championship, allowing elite players in the women's game to break their fast by taking on liquids, energy gels or nutritional supplements, during a natural pause in play.

Arsenal boss Jonas Eidevall says he expects his players to be fouled "a lot" when they travel to Tottenham in Saturday's north London derby.

The Gunners head to Brisbane Road sitting fourth in the Women's Super League and still in the title race, while Spurs are ninth in the table.

"I expect a team and an opponent that will make life very hard for us on Saturday," said Eidevall.

The 26-year-old has scored 15 Women's Super League goals in 15 games to fire City into title contention.

"Her goal record speaks for itself, but Bunny is so much more than goals," Greenwood told BBC Sport.

"What she brings to the team in terms of play, her work off the ball, and off the pitch - she is a top person."

Arsenal continued their Women's Super League title challenge with north London derby success at Tottenham.

Match Stats: (Tot-Ars)
Possession: 37%-63%
Shots: 5-23
Shots on Target: 1-13
Corners: 0-13
Fouls: 13-5

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