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Live Reporting

By Adam Williams and Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks for joining us

    That's it for today's live WSL action but please do check back shortly for highlights of all six games on the BBC Sport website and app.

    The day's men's Premier League action is ongoing here.

    See you next time.

  2. FULL-TIME

    Bristol City 1-2 Tottenham

    It's all over at the Stoke Gifford Stadium. Kit Graham's quickfire double turned this game around.

    Spurs have now won three of their first five league games since promotion to the top tier.

  3. FULL-TIME

    West Ham 1-3 Chelsea

    Chelsea fight back to go top of the top flight.

  4. GOAL: West Ham 1-3 Chelsea

    Drew Spence (90+5 mins)

    Chelsea wrap the game up in the final seconds of stoppage time through Drew Spence's clinical finish.

    Their fans can be heard singing 'we are top of the league' and they're absolutely right of course.

  5. Your combined Arsenal & Man City XI - results

    FT: Arsenal 1-0 Man City

    BBC selector tool results

    Earlier, we asked you to select your combined Arsenal & Man City XI.

    And here are the results above!

    England skipper Steph Houghton was the most-picked player, being selected by around 82% of BBC Sport users.

  6. Post update

    West Ham 1-2 Chelsea

    If it stays like this at Rush Green, after Arsenal's win over Man City earlier, Chelsea will top the table tonight.

    Emma Hayes' side have two minutes plus stoppage time left to hold out.

  7. Post update

    Bristol City 1-2 Tottenham

    Bristol City are upping the tempo and ramping up some pressure but Spurs are defending well, with around five minutes to go.

  8. Full-time reaction

    FT: Arsenal 1-0 Man City

    Cushing

    Man City manager Nick Cushing on BT Sport:

    "I don't think we created enough during the game and played at the level we know we can to hurt Arsenal.

    "We know we need to be better and more clinical to beat teams like that.

    "There were periods where we put Arsenal under pressure, but we have to do that for longer periods in games like these.

    "One positive was we got Ellen White out on the pitch and she's getting back to fitness, but ultimately we've got to get back on the training pitch and work hard to bounce back from this."

  9. Full-time reaction

    FT: Arsenal 1-0 Man City

    Arsenal

    Arsenal manager Joe Montemurro on BT Sport:

    "If we think that just beating City and Chelsea beating us is a three-way scenario, we're wrong.

    "This is a tough league and it's a marathon, so we know we're going to have to be tough right the way through this season and be on our game.

    "We knew this would be a hard-fought game, but the collective effort was good and we kept the shape and the plan throughout.

    "Vivianne is great in front of goal as we know, but her work off the ball and build-up play was terrific today and it really made a difference for us."

  10. GOAL: West Ham 1-2 Chelsea

    Ji So-Yun (72 mins)

    It's a fantastic strike and Chelsea have turned it around! South Korea's Ji So-Yun knee-slides in to the corner in celebration after superbly making it 2-1.

  11. PENALTY SAVED

    Bristol City 1-2 Tottenham

    Spurs are denied the chance to go 3-1 up as Sophie Baggaley saves well, low to her right, to keep out Rachel Furness' spot kick.

  12. Full-time reaction

    FT: Arsenal 1-0 Man City

    Miedema goal

    Arsenal goalscorer Vivianne Miedema speaking on BT Sport:

    "For me, to get on the end of a lovely through ball from Kim Little made it an easy finish for me.

    "It was a really close game up until that stage so we knew we had to be patient.

    "I think we deserved the win and it's a great feeling to get it and come back from that game against Chelsea."

  13. PENALTY TO SPURS

    Bristol City 1-2 Tottenham

    It's going from bad to worse for Bristol City. The visitors have the chance to extend their lead...

  14. GOAL: West Ham 1-1 Chelsea

    Sophie Ingle (71 mins)

  15. HITS THE WOODWORK

    West Ham 1-0 Chelsea

    England's Millie Bright hits the frame of the goal for the visitors. It's all happening!

  16. Full-time reaction

    FT: Arsenal 1-0 Man City

    Player of the match Arsenal midfielder Lia Walti speaking on BT Sport:

    "It was a really tough game and we've really worked hard in recent weeks to get this win. It was a top performance.

    "We had to focus hard at the back in the closing moments, but we were also trying to grab a second goal as we know how dangerous City are if you give them just the slightest chance.

    "It was important to show a reaction after losing to Chelsea."

  17. GOAL: Bristol City 1-2 Tottenham

    Kit Graham (64 mins)

    .. It's Kit Graham again! Two brilliant goals in as many minutes for the forward.

    It's remarkably similar to her equaliser from just moments earlier but this time she bends the ball past Sophie Baggaley.

  18. GOAL: Bristol City 1-1 Tottenham

    Kit Graham (63 mins)

    Wow, what a strike from Kit Graham! The former Charlton striker has her first goal since her summer move to Spurs and it's a belter.

    She collects the ball outside the area and finds the top corner with real class.

  19. FULL-TIME

    Arsenal 1-0 Man City

    Miedema

    All over in north London.

    Arsenal bounce back from defeat by Chelsea and take Man City's unbeaten run off them in the process.

    The champions win thanks to Vivianne Miedema's first goal against City and they go top on goal difference as things stand and could well stay there if Chelsea fail to turn that scoreline around at West Ham.

  20. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Man City

    Georgia Stanway looks like she's wasted Man City's last real chance for an equaliser.

    Nice build up play from the visitors but Stanway was caught between two stools trying to dink a ball in or take a shot from the edge of the box.

    It goes behind for a goal kick.