The UEFA Women's Champions League semi-finals are played over the next two weekends with the 23 May final at Stamford Bridge, London the prize.
Holders Olympique Lyonnais welcome French rivals FCF Juvisy Essonne to the Stade de Gerland at 21.30CET on Saturday for the first leg of their tie, which will be decided eight days later.
Lyon are on a run of 35 straight wins in all competitions dating back to the second leg of last year's semi-finals on 22 April when they drew 0-0 at 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam having won 5-1 at home. That sequence includes three victories against Juvisy with nine unanswered goals. Lyon, who today clinched a seventh straight league title, are 13 points ahead of their third-placed Parisian opponents.
On Sunday at 15.00CET, Arsenal LFC welcome European debutants VfL Wolfsburg to Meadow Park for what is their sixth semi-final. Arsenal are yet to start their FA Women's Super League defence but showed their strength on Tuesday when they beat holders Birmingham City LFC 6-0 in the FA Women's Cup quarter-finals.
Wolfsburg lead the way in Germany this season and are hoping to emulate domestic rivals 1. FFC Frankfurt, Potsdam and FCR 2001 Duisburg, who all won the European title in their first entry. The return is on Sunday week at the VfL Arena.
Tickets are on sale final at Chelsea FC's Stamford Bridge on 23 May priced at just £10 (€12) for adults and £5 (€6) for children.
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