Got a TV Licence?

You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.

Find out more
I don’t have a TV Licence.

Live Reporting

Josef Rindl

All times stated are UK

  1. See ya!


    Manchester City

    We're back on Friday at 18:15 GMT for the small matter of Arsenal vs Manchester United.

    Have a read of all of tonight's match reports right here.

    Until then, stay safe all.

  2. And at the bottom

    Bottom of the WSL

    That 94th-minute equaliser from Birmingham's Ruby Mace at West Ham means it remains incredibly tight at the bottom, with five sides separated by four points.

    West Ham were going ninth before Mace volleyed home - instead they have to settle for climbing above Bristol City on goal difference.

  3. Tense at the top

    Top of the WSL

    No changes at the top with both Chelsea and Manchester City winning. I get the feeling Manchester United must beat Arsenal tomorrow if they want to keep it a three-horse race.

    Brighton sneak into sixth with their 2-0 win over Villa.

  4. WSL full-time headlines


    Manchester City celebrate
    • The Women's Super League top two both eased to victories as Chelsea comfortably beat Everton 3-0, while Manchester City also hit three past Bristol City.
    • A late Birmingham City equaliser denied West Ham a first win in six games in all competitions.
    • And there was also a win for Brighton at Aston Villa. That's three victories on the bounce for Hope Powell's side.
  5. Post update

    It's been a pretty good night for Chelsea football club to be honest.

  6. Get Involved

    Tweet using #bbcfootball

    Sam: Chelsea men and Chelsea women loves playing against Atletico Madrid.

    That reminds me. Chelsea men are minutes away from reaching the Champions League quarter-finals. You can follow that live text right here.

  7. Post update

    FT: West Ham 2-2 Birmingham

    Wow, what a finish. West Ham were up to ninth on the as-it-stands table earlier. That goal has certainly changed things at the bottom.

    Stay tuned for your WSL full-time headlines.


    West Ham 2-2 Birmingham

    Unsurprisingly, Ruby Mace's equaliser was just about the final kick of the game.

    Delerium for Birmingham, dejection for West Ham.

  9. GOAL: West Ham 2-2 Birmingham

    Ruby Mace (90+4 mins)

    Oh. My. Days.

    What an unbelievable end to the game! Into added time of added time too.

    Birmingham had never looked like scoring an equaliser until in a last desperate attempt Sarah Mayling swung a cross in from the right and Ruby Mace appeared unmarked at the far post to volley in from six yards.

  10. Post update

    West Ham 2-1 Birmingham

    That's 90 seconds negotiated by West Ham without alarm. And they take further sting from the game by making a substitution.


    West Ham 2-1 Birmingham

    Into three minutes of stoppage time.


    Aston Villa 0-2 Brighton

    All over in the West Midlands. Not a classic but Brighton's players don't seem to care.

    Three valuable points are heading back to Sussex.


    Bristol City 0-3 Man City

    Manchester City celebrate

    That's win number 10 in a row for Manchester City. Never in doubt to be honest.

    Six successive clean sheets for Gareth Taylor's side too.

  14. Post update

    West Ham 2-1 Birmingham

    Into the final five minutes in Dagenham. What do Birmingham have left in the tank as they chase an equaliser?

    They've barely threatened in the second half.


    Bristol City 0-3 Man City

    Three minutes added on. Manchester City keeping the ball without any drama.

  16. GOAL: Bristol City 0-3 Man City

    Sam Mewis (88 mins)

    Another brilliant save from Sophie Baggaley, this time keeping out substitute Janine Beckie.

    But Sam Mewis is running in and is able to head the ball into an empty net.

    Game, set and match.

  17. Post update

    Bristol City 0-2 Manchester City

    Less than five minutes remaining here.

    That West Ham goal incidentally means the Hammers are moving off the bottom at the expense of Bristol City in the WSL as-it-stands table and up four places to ninth.

    It's that tight.

  18. GOAL: Aston Villa 0-2 Brighton

    Inessa Kaagman (80 mins)

    Brilliant penalty from Inessa Kaagman. Right in the corner, out of Lisa Weiss' reach.

    Brighton are going up to sixth.

  19. PENALTY to Brighton

    Aston Villa 0-1 Brighton

    This could finish things...

    What is Villa keeper Lisa Weiss thinking as she slides in from behind on Brighton forward Ellie Brazil?

    Brazil had her back to goal. She was going nowhere.

  20. CLOSE!

    Bristol City 0-2 Manchester City

    And now Caroline Weir goes close with a shot from the edge of the area blocked by a wall of red.

    It's when not if Manchester City score a third.