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Women’s Super League: Title deciding round next Sunday

Two postponed matches of Women’s Super League, Matchday 18, were played today. With Arsenal’s win over Tottenham, the decision of the new WSL champions has been postponed until Sunday, when last matches will be played. Chelsea will host Man United, while Arsenal play away at West Ham. The Gunners hope that the Blues don’t win. If they lose, a draw will most likely be enough for Arsenal, who need to win in case of Chelsea draw.

Already in March, Chelsea scored nine against Leicester City and took the lead of the standings for the first time in the season. They have now one point advantage ahead of Arsenal. Manchester United beat Everton on Old Trafford in front of 20,000 fans.

Women’s Super League, Matchday 18

Wednesday, 4th of May

Arsenal – Tottenham 3-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 4′ Beth Mead (A), 71′ Caitlin Foord (A), 82′ Caitlin Foord (A)
Yellow cards: 24′ Kyah Simon (T), 57′ Eveliina Summanen (T), 73′ Josie Green (T), 73′ Katie McCabe (A), 74′ Maeva Clemaron (T)

Manchester City – Birmingham City 6-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 58′ Georgia Stanway (M), 61′ Lauren Hemp (M), 64′ Georgia Stanway (M), 76′ Alanna Kennedy (M), 83′ Chloe Kelly (M), 87′ Laura Coombs (M)
Yellow cards: /

Sunday, 27th of March

West Ham United – Brighton & Hove Albion 0-2 (0-1)
Scorers: 3′ Aileen Whelan (B), 81′ Inessa Kaagman (B)
Yellow cards: /

Manchester United – Everton 3-1 (1-1)
Scorers: 4′ Claire Emslie (E), 35′ Alessia Russo (M), 54′ Katie Zelem (M) pen, 84′ Alessia Russo (M)
Yellow cards: 14′ Maria Thorisdottir (M), 49′ Gabrielle George (E)

Leicester City – Chelsea 0-9 (0-6)
Scorers: 3′ Guro Reiten (C), 5′ Sam Kerr (C), 7′ Bethany England (C), 11′ Aniek Nouwen (C), 28′ Bethany England (C), 45+5′ Guro Reiten (C), 47′ Sam Kerr (C), 88′ Lauren James (C), 90′ Jessie Fleming (C)
Yellow cards: /

Saturday, 26th of March

Aston Villa – Reading FC 1- 1 (0-0)
Scorers: 69′ Justine Vanhaevermaet (R) pen, 76′ Ramona Petzelberger (A)
Yellow cards: 89′ Rachel Corsie (A)

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