Reign Roundup: Upcoming fixtures abroad

It’s Friday and you know what that means, another round of W-League matches are in the near future. But before we dive too far into, we’ll give you a moment to read up on how your favorite Reign FC players fared during Round 3. Don’t worry, we’ll wait.

Alright, cool. For those of you who didn’t click that link above, no worries. We’ll give you a short and sweet recap anyhow. Jess Fishlock and Kim Little arrived at Melbourne City and helped them grab their third win in a row. Keelin Winters and the Western Sydney Wanders fell to their derby rivals and Haley Kopmeyer and Brisbane Roar also fell at home over the weekend. Birthday girl Kendall Fletcher and Canberra United had a bye. Boom, you’re caught up.

Okay, so Round 4. We’ve got four Reign FC players hitting the pitch with their respective sides as Kopmeyer and the Roar will sit this round out with a bye.

First up, Winters and the Western Sydney Wanderers hit the road and will take on the Newcastle Jets. The Wanderers will be looking to bounce back after last week’s loss and we think Winters is good for a few goals. You read it here first. That match will kickoff at 7 p.m. PT today, so be sure to give the Wanderers a follow on Twitter to stay up to date with tonight’s action.

The other matchup on the agenda is a Reign vs Reign showdown. That’s right. The might Fletcher and Canberra host the always dangerous Fishlock, Little and Melbourne City. Seriously. Expect all three to play a full 90 minutes as those three battle it out Down Under and expect us to stay impartial on this one for obvious reasons. Kick off is set for Saturday at 7 p.m. PT.

Over in Scotland, Corsie and Glasgow City FC will face Hibernian in the Scottish Cup Final. That match will take place on Sunday, as you can see on the below graphic.

We’ll have a rundown ready for you on Monday but give these teams a follow on Twitter if you want to track your favorite Reign FC players abroad:
Brisbane Roar / Melbourne City / Western Sydney Wanderers / Canberra United / Glasgow City FC

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