Newly-promoted Manchester United face current champions Arsenal in the big Women's Super League clash of the weekend

Arsenal began the defence of their Women's Super League title with a 2-1 win over West Ham (PA Images)
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The opening weekend of Women's Super League action saw both Chelsea and Manchester City host matches with more than 24,000 people in attendance.

The WSL will be hoping they can kick on from the attention they received in the first round of fixtures and continue to produce even more entertaining football.

In the pick of the matches, Manchester United will host a league match against Arsenal for the very first time ever on Monday as they look to get off the mark following a derby day defeat to Man City.

Who's playing?

Reading vs Manchester City (12:30pm, Sunday, September 15 at Adams Park)

Everton vs Bristol City (12:30pm, Sunday, September 15 at Haig Avenue)

Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool (2pm, Sunday, September 15 at The Hive Stadium)

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Chelsea (2pm, Sunday, September 15 at The People's Pension Stadium)

West Ham United vs Birmingham City (3pm, Sunday, September 15 at The Rush Green Stadium)

Manchester United vs Arsenal (7:30pm, Monday, September 16 at Leigh Sports Village Stadium)

What channel can I watch the games on?

All the matches are being shown on FA Player, the new online streaming service which is broadcasting over 150 women's domestic fixtures over the course of the season.

Manchester United vs Arsenal is also being shown on BT Sport 1 from 7:15pm on Monday evening.