Chelsea cruised past Brighton 3-1 at Kings Meadow PARK to claim 3 vital points in the WSL title race. Chelsea opened the scores in the 12th minute through Reiten before Carter scored 2nd goal in the 21st minute to seal a 2-0 lead for the hosts Chelsea. Chelsea scored 3rd goal in the 71st minute through Rytting Kaneryd who was assisted by Kerr before Carter scored a consolation goal for Brighton in the 88th minute. After the 3-1 victory, Chelsea climbed up to position 2 in the Barclays League Table with 34 points, 1 point below leaders Manchester United while Brighton dropped to position 11 with 8 points.
Arsenal eased past Liverpool 2-0 at Meadow Park to claim 3 vital points and a clean sheet victory. Arsenal opened the scores in the 28th minute through Blackstenius who was assisted by Maanum before Foord scored 2nd goal in the 34th minute to seal all the 3 points. Following the 2-0 victory, Arsenal climbed up to position 4 in the English Women Super League Table with 29 points while Liverpool are in position 8 with 11 points.
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