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Live Reporting

Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

  1. How they stand at the top

    FT: Man City 3-3 Chelsea

    At the top, it's advantage Chelsea in the race for the title, albeit only a slender one.

    They know that if they win their seven remaining games, including, crucially, the one they hold in hand over Manchester City, then they will be crowned champions for the second time in three seasons.

    The Blues also have a superior goal difference to City, meaning they could theoretically afford to drop a couple of points.

    Arsenal are far from out of it either - they would have been praying for a draw in today's top-two tussle while the Gunners were in FA Cup action. And that's exactly what they got.


    Thanks for joining us today. We'll see you again on Saturday for the Women's Continental League Cup final!

    Until then... Cheers.

  2. How they stand at the bottom

    At the foot of the table, it's been a huge day for Bristol City, who boosted their survival hopes with a vital 1-0 win at relegation rivals Birmingham.

    Former Aston Villa forward Ebony Salmon got the winning goal to add insult to injury for Blues, who slip to 11th.

    They are just one point above Liverpool, who slip to the foot of the table after a 4-2 defeat at West Ham.

    It looks like one from those three to go down, although all of the bottom three have at least two games in hand on Brighton, who were also beaten today.


    West Ham 4-2 Liverpool

    West Ham stay eighth in the table but move 10 points clear of Liverpool, who slip to the bottom of the table.

    It's a bad, bad day for the Reds, with Bristol City having won earlier at Birmingham.

  4. Post update

    West Ham 4-2 Liverpool

    She's at it again! Rachel Furness guides in her second of the game as she meets a left-wing corner... But it's in the 90th minute of the game and surely it's too late.

    Just how gloomy would Liverpool's survival prospects look without the winter signing of Furness?

  5. Highlights - Gunners reach quarter-finals

    FT: Arsenal 2-0 Lewes; Women's FA Cup

    And here's how Arsenal reached the quarter-finals of the cup earlier, eventually overcoming a hard-working Lewes side.

  6. Highlights - Bristol City claim valuable win

    FT: Birmingham 0-1 Bristol City

    You can now watch the highlights from Bristol City's win away at relegation rivals Birmingham.

    The result lifted the Robins off the bottom and up to 10th.

  7. Post update

    Reaction: Everton 2-3 Man Utd

    After moving fourth with that win at Everton, Manchester United forward Leah Galton said: "We knew we had to win. We have a little rivalry with Everton anyway and have beaten them four times now and that feels great.

    "It was their first game at home at their new place and we wanted to come here and beat them.

    "We just had to make sure we came and dominated. We were told if we won our individual battles, we would win the game and I think we all did that."

  8. Post update

    Reaction: Everton 2-3 Man Utd

    After her side's 3-2 loss to Manchester United this lunchtime, Everton's Dan Turner told Sportsbeat: "We threw everything at them in the second half, and it wasn’t quite meant to be. Going 3-0 down gave us a really uphill task but I can’t fault the effort of all the girls.

    “Hopefully we put on a spectacle and we hope we’ve done enough to inspire those fans and make them want to come back to see us at Walton Hall Park."

  9. Post update

    West Ham 4-1 Liverpool

    Northern Ireland's Rachel Furness - who has been Liverpool's shining star in recent weeks since her move from Reading - pulls one back for the visitors, slotting in after a set-piece.

    But with just 19 minutes remaining, a full comeback looks very unlikely.

  10. Post update

    West Ham 4-0 Liverpool

    Here's how West Ham made it 4-0... The Hammers are cruising to victory now.

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  11. More injury concern for England

    West Ham 4-0 Liverpool

    West Ham's Grace Fisk - who was named in England's SheBelieves Cup on Tuesday - is forced off with an injury.

    The Lionesses and the Hammers will hope it's not too serious, as do we all of course.

  12. 'A point gained' - Hayes

    FT: Man City 3-3 Chelsea

    Chelsea boss Emma Hayes tells BT Sport:

    "It was great entertainment for the crowd - you lot had a wonderful time! I have a sore neck from looking left to right.

    "It [says a lot about us] that our team is disappointed with a draw. But I see it as a point gained - 3-3 is probably a fair result.

    "It was just a brilliant spectacle I suspect for those at home.

    "My stomach doesn't feel fantastic about conceding three goals but I will maintain it's a point gained."

  13. Post update

    West Ham 4-0 Liverpool

    West Ham are running away with this one now and Liverpool will be bottom of the WSL tonight.

    Adriana Leon turns home from Martha Thomas' ball in and that's Canada forward Leon's second of the game.

  14. 'There are a lot of games to go' - Mahon

    FT: Man City 3-3 Chelsea

    Man City's interim boss Alan Mahon tells BT Sport:

    "It was a great game for the spectator. We're a little bit disappointed with some of the defending but we'll take the point.

    "Obviously we'd like to have won but there are a lot of games between now and the end of the season."

  15. Post update

    West Ham 3-0 Liverpool

    West Ham add a third as Martha Thomas' sweet finish gives her a second goal of the game.

    Liverpool are in deep, deep trouble now.

  16. Reaction - Chelsea 'disappointed'

    FT: Man City 3-3 Chelsea

    Chelsea's Beth England adds:

    "[In the title race] Anything can still happen. We'll just focus on us.

    "We're disappointed we didn't keep the win after [going ahead] at 3-2."

    Beth didn't let her disappointment stop her from enjoying post-match selfies with the supporters, an admirable tradition in the women's game.

    Beth England.
  17. Reaction to 'tight game' at the top

    FT: Man City 3-3 Chelsea

    Chelsea's second goalscorer Magdalena Eriksson tells BT Sport:

    "It could have been anyone's game. It was really tight. We're not happy with conceding three goals but it was a tight game.

    "City are an amazing team. They have a good structure and they're really hard to beat.

    "We could have done it today. I'm disappointed."

  18. Second half

    West Ham 2-0 Liverpool

    Meanwhile, they're back under way now for the second half at West Ham, where Liverpool are set to slip to the foot of the table if the scoreline stays like this.

  19. FT: Man City 3-3 Chelsea

    Chelsea have taken four points from their two games against Man City this season, as well as six points off defending champions Arsenal.

    They now have seven games remaining and if they win them all they will lift the WSL title and there'll be nothing their rivals can do about it.


    Man City 3-3 Chelsea

    An enthralling top-of-the-table thriller ends all square.

    Man City stay top but Chelsea - with their game in hand - keep the title race in their own hands.