This weekend Celtic host Hibs, needing the three points to realistically stay in the title fight. But are Glasgow City going to be stopped by anyone - they've won 8-0 twice in a row.
On this episode we speak to Hibs captain Joelle Murray, as well as a range of players and managers from SWPL 1, 2 and the lower leagues as the Scottish Cup got underway.
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Never mind Istanbul in 2005, Liverpool had the whole of the second half to launch their comeback in the Champions League final. Rangers came back from the same margin in eight dramatic minutes at Ravenscraig.
Elsewhere, a red card ruins Celtic's hopes of a famous win over Glasgow City, while the SWPL 2 title race is shaping up to be a cracker.
How's Your Touch are the guests on this week podcast ahead of the launch of their new football annual.
Scotland are going to win the World Cup. We have beaten Brazil, won four in a row, and are clearly the best team in the world.
Until summer's crowning glory, there are still domestic matters to keep us entertained.
On this week's podcast, Hearts' girls and women's academy manager Kevin Murphy joins us to talk about his role with the Gorgie club and more. We also hear from Erin Cuthbert, Amy Muir, Kelly Clark, and a whole host of SWPL head coaches.
This week Scotland are sunning themselves in the Algarve, but it's serious business as they take on Canada and Iceland.
We take a look at the Euro 2021 qualifying draw which pits Scotland against former head coach Anna Signeul.
And Shelley Kerr gives her thoughts on the possibility of VAR being used at the World Cup.
Welcome to episode one of Anyone's Game, the new women's football podcast, focusing predominantly on the SWPL and Scotland national team.
This week, host Andrew Southwick is joined by Heather Dewar to discuss Celtic going full-time, Hibs losing eight players, the beginning of the season so far and the start of the SWPL Cup with an Edinburgh derby to look forward to.