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Summary

  1. The top-four teams in WSL 1 face each other
  2. Chelsea v Liverpool (12:05 BST) - Watch live online
  3. Man City v Arsenal (12:00 BST) - Listen to 5 live sports extra (online only)

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

HIGHLIGHTS: Chelsea 7-0 Liverpool

Chelsea trash Liverpool to move above Manchester City to second in the table. Emma Hayes are now one point behind today's visitors with a game in hand.

You can watch highlights of the game below, and read the match report here.

WSL Highlights: Chelsea 7-0 Liverpool

FULL-TIME

Chelsea 7-0 Liverpool

Three goals for Chelsea in the first half and they went one better in the second half with four goals against the league leaders.

A more comprehensive victory you will not see for a while, the result leaves Liverpool top but sees Chelsea move in to second ahead of Manchester City following their defeat to Arsenal.

Chelsea v Liverpool
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FULL-TIME

Manchester City 0-1 Arsenal

Jordan Nobbs free-kick ends up being the winner at the Academy Stadium.

It's the hosts first league defeat since April 2015! 764 days to be precise.

WATCH: Seventh heaven

Chelsea 7-0 Liverpool (Drew Spence)

If Liverpool thought the first half was bad, this second half is something else.

Same old story for Liverpool - too much time, too much space and Chelsea are just tearing the Red's apart.

Chelsea midfielder Drew Spence takes her opportunity to get on the scoresheet, with a finish from close range.

Spence puts Chelsea in seventh heaven

WATCH: Chelsea get a sixth

Chelsea 6-0 Liverpool (Erin Cuthbert)

This is getting embarrassing for the away side now, Chelsea are absolutely rampant.

Liverpool once again give too much time and space to Scottish midfielder Erin Cuthbert, who makes no mistake.

Chelsea look like they could score with each attack.

Cuthbert scores Chelsea's sixth

Nobbs puts Arsenal ahead

Manchester City 0-1 Arsenal (Jordan Nobbs)

The visitors lead at the Academy Stadium!

Jordan Nobbs has given Arsenal the lead with a 30 yard free-kick. I suspect Marie Hourihan will be disappointed with her involvement in the City goal.

Don't forget you can listen to the last 15 minutes or so of that game at the top of the page.

WATCH: Carney makes it five

Chelsea 5-0 Liverpool (Karen Carney)

This is becoming a rout, Karen Carney again capitalises on some shambolic Liverpool defending and fires past Siobhan Chamberlain.

You don't stop those!

All about damage limitation for Liverpool now.

Carney smashes Chelsea into 5-0 lead

WATCH: Mjelde slots home Ji's cutback

Chelsea 4-0 Liverpool (Maren Mjelde)

Well that didn't go to plan for the visitors, the deficit is now four and Liverpool are struggling badly here.

Goal scorer Ji So-yun turns provider as she cuts it back to Norwegian international Maren Mjelde on the edge of the box.

Mjelde slots home Ji's cutback

KICK-OFF

Chelsea 3-0 Liverpool

The second-half is underway, it looks like an up-hill struggle for Liverpool.

They'll need to improve in the next 45 minutes if they're going to get anything out of this game.

Chelsea to have a new home

Chelsea Ladies will share League One side Wimbledon's Kingsmeadow ground from the start of the next Women's Super League One season in September.

You can find out more about Chelsea's move here.

Carney stars for Chelsea in last week's WSL

Chelsea's Karen Carney was the star performer in last week's WSL round-up, which also features goals from Birmingham's Rachel Williams and Manchester City's Jill Scott.

You can watch it below.

WSL Spring series: Karen Carney stars for Chelsea in this week's round-up

Tottenham and Blackburn Ladies set to battle for WSL spot

Tottenham Ladies and Blackburn Ladies will battle for a place in the Women's Super League when they meet in a third-tier play-off for promotion today.

You can find out more about that story here.

FA treats refereeing for women's game as 'afterthought'

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes went on BBC Radio 4's Today programme earlier this week to say she had "massive concerns" about the refereeing in the women's game.

You can read more of Emma's thoughts here.

Emma Hayes
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Time for a round-up of some news from the women's game this week...

HALF-TIME

Chelsea 3-0 Liverpool

It's been all Chelsea this first-half, they've completely dominated a poor Liverpool side and are three goals to the good.

Gilly Flaherty put the home side ahead after 3 minutes with a header, Fran Kirby and Ji So-yun made it two and three respectively just before half-time. A huge challenge for Liverpool to get back in to this game in the second half.

Chelsea v Liverpool
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Elsewhere it's 0-0 at the Academy Stadium between Manchester City and Arsenal. It's been an end to end affair with chances aplenty for both sides.

Don't forget you can listen to commentary of that game from Jo Currie and Doncaster Belles’ Leandra Little at the top of this page.

Manchester City and Arsenal
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WATCH: Ji puts Chelsea in complete control

Chelsea 3-0 Liverpool (Ji So-yun)

Ruth Davidson strolls down the right-hand side for the hosts and clips it across the box to the back post where Ji So-yun taps home.

Siobhan Chamberlain almost makes an incredible save, but she can only parry it into the roof of the net.

Ji puts Chelsea in complete control

WATCH: Kirby doubles Chelsea's lead

Chelsea 2-0 Liverpool (Fran Kriby)

Chelsea finally get that second goal.

Fran Kirby on her own in the penalty box capitalises on some poor Liverpool defending to score her third goal of the Spring series.

Kirby doubles Chelsea's lead

WATCH: Flaherty puts Chelsea infront

Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool (Gilly Flaherty)

Gilly Flaherty puts Chelsea ahead within three minutes. A corner from the left isn't dealt with by Liverpool and Chelsea won't score an easier goal this afternoon.

Flaherty gives Chelsea the lead within three minutes

Team line-ups

Chelsea v Liverpool (12:05 BST)

Chelsea: Telford, Flaherty, Mjelde, Cooper, Davison, Bright, Kirby, Chapman, Dunn, Carney, Ji.

Liverpool: Chamberlain, Stoney, Ingle, Bonner, Hodson, van de Sanden, Weir, Coombs, Fletcher, Harding, Charles.

Chelsea team
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liverpool
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Last time out

Chelsea v Liverpool (12:05 BST)

Chelsea lost in midweek 1-0 against current domestic treble holders Manchester City. A first-half Toni Duggan goal gave Nick Cushing's side all three points. You can read a report from that game here.

Liverpool, picked up a point away at second bottom Bristol City last Saturday.

The season so far

Chelsea v Liverpool; (12:05 BST)

We're reaching the later stages of the WSL Spring Series.

Liverpool, today's visitors, currently sit top of the league. They're unbeaten in their six games with four wins and two draws.

Chelsea sit third, four points behind Liverpool with a game in hand. They've won three of their five games so far.

WSL table
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Today's coverage info

Chelsea v Liverpool (12:05 BST)

Watch live worldwide coverage of Chelsea v Liverpool by using the play icon at the top of this page. UK users can also relive goals in this live text.

That's not all, you can also listen to live worldwide radio commentary of Manchester City v Arsenal by selecting it from the carousel.

WSL coverage on the BBC

The BBC have secured the rights to show the Women's Super League One Spring Series across TV, radio and online. The season started in April and runs until May.

The Spring Series is a one-off transitional competition before the WSL's switch to a winter calendar for 2017-18. Each team plays each other once and there is no promotion or relegation.

Bonner
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