‘There is so much at stake’: Ouahabi primed for key WSL Manchester derby

Manchester City’s Spain defender is learning English but needs no lessons on the importance of Saturday’s fixture

Manchester’s skyline is a battleground for architects aiming to reach new heights but there is another growing rivalry in the city amid a fight for Women’s Super League glory. Manchester City are currently looking down on Manchester United as they aim to secure their first title since 2016.

City host United at the Etihad on Saturday with the ambition of going top, for 24 hours at least. Their success has been built on a fine defence, conceding only 10 goals in 16 matches. A key component in the back four has been the Spanish left-back Leila Ouahabi, who is in her second season in England after moving from Barcelona.

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