VENUE: Etihad Stadium
|3||Manchester United Women||5||+9||13|
|5||Manchester City Women||5||+3||8|
|7||Birmingham City Women||5||-1||6|
|8||Brighton & Hove Albion Women||5||-6||5|
|9||Tottenham Hotspur Women||5||-10||1|
|10||West Ham United Women||5||-13||1|
|11||Aston Villa Women||3||-10||0|
|12||Bristol City Women||4||-19||0|
WSL confusion: Brighton player booked twice, not sent off
Brighton's Kayleigh Green was shown two yellow cards but stayed on the pitch in the Women's Super League clash against Everton on Sunday.
USWNT stars Tobin Heath, Christen Press score first goals with Man United
United States internationals Christen Press and Tobin Heath scored their first goals for Manchester United in a 4-2 win away to West Ham.
Arsenal's Vivianne Miedema breaks all-time WSL goal record
Arsenal and Netherlands forward Vivianne Miedema has broken the all-time scoring record for the Women's Super League with 50 goals.
Tottenham ready for revenge against Arsenal in north London derby
Arsenal and Tottenham face off in the north London derby on Sunday with Spurs seeking to make up for missed opportunities.
Matildas' Golden Generation 'embracing the expectation' - Kennedy
Tottenham and Australia defender Alanna Kennedy has said the Matildas are embracing the expectation being placed on them.
England's Neville: Women's football more intense, tactically better since lockdown
England manager Phil Neville has said Women's Super League games are more physically intense and tactically better than before the pandemic.