It’s party time on Saturday when we celebrate winning the WSL title by hosting Manchester City at Meadow Park in our final game of the season.
The pressure is off following our 4-0 win over Brighton – but pride is certainly on the line.
We’ve won 24 of our 28 fixtures across all competitions this term, scoring 96 goals and breaking numerous Women’s Super League records along the way.
But there are four defeats to our name – and two of those came at the hands of City.
Win, lose or draw, we’ll have the honour of lifting the WSL trophy for the first time since 2012 on Saturday – and we could also bring an end to City’s unbeaten season in the process.
Read on for in-depth Opta stats, Joe Montemurro’s thoughts and a look at the opposition.