The second half of the SWPL season gets underway this weekend following the summer break with some exciting matches in prospect.
This weekend also marks the debut of the league split as the clubs are now separated into a top and bottom six for their remaining fixtures.
In the top half of the table, leaders Glasgow City host Forfar Farmington (2pm, Petershills Park), with the Angus side having had a fantastic first half of the season that saw them secure fourth place in the table going into the split.
Reigning champions City have a busy second half of the season coming up as they bid to secure their sixth consecutive league title whilst also competing in the Scottish Cup and prestigious UEFA Women's Champions League. City also must deal with the loss of star Lisa Evans to German champions Turbine Potsdam. However the City coaching team have already bolstered their squad to compensate for her loss over the past few months with signings including Rangers striker Jen Callaghan, who has already got on the SWPL scoresheet for her new club, and Spartans midfielder Danni Pagliarulo.
The positions behind Glasgow City in the league table were tightly contested during the first half of the season, with Celtic just edging into second place on goal difference ahead of Hibernian at the split.
The Hoops will hope to continue their strong league performance at Lennoxtown on Sunday (kick-off 4pm) as they host Spartans, while the Edinburgh side will be hoping to improve on their early season form that saw them secure a top six place just ahead of mid-table Falkirk Ladies and Rangers.
The remaining top six fixture sees thrid placed Hibernian head north to face Aberdeen FCL (2pm, Aberdeen Sports Village), with the Dons having had a very good season in the SWPL so far considering their newly-promoted status.
Meanwhile, the bottom six SWPL fixtures see Hamilton Academical host Rangers (2pm, John Cumming Stadium, Carluke), with both sides looking to get off to a positive start following a perhaps disappointing first half of the campaign.
Elsewhere, Hutchison Vale host Inverness City (1pm, Spartans Academy) in what promises to be an exciting match if the
last contest that ended 3-2 to the Edinburgh side in late May is anything to go by.
Finally, Falkirk host a new-look FC Kilmarnock side that received some additional coaching input this week from SPL side Kilmarnock's stalwart defender Manuel Pascali. The match takes place at Stirling University on Sunday with a 2pm kick-off.
The First and regional Second Divisions are back in action from next weekend.
Here's to an exciting second half of the Scottish Women's Premier League Season!
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