WSL Weekly Round-Up Matchweek 16.

Gameweek 16 round up.

AS the season is slowly wrapping up, with only a few more games to go, every game counts as so does every point.

Chelsea played Arsenal at Stamford Bridge and they ran riot around the Gunners with the score ending 3-1 to the Blues with Arsenal’s defensive system seriously slacking.

Arsenal had to play in Chelsea’s third kit socks after a kit clash when Arsenal turned up to the game wearing white socks.

Everton versus Aston Villa came next, the Birmingham side took the lead thanks to goals from Kenza Dali and Ebony Salmon.

Everton replied to Villa in the 85th minute to take away the clean sheet with a goal by Elise Stenevik who then followed that with a red card in 96th minute.

Manchester United comfortably took three points home with them after they faced Bristol City at home on Sunday.

A brace from Lisa Naalsund secured the win for United whilst Bristol went home with only a red card from Jamie-Lee Napier.

West Ham travelled to Liverpool as they faced the reds in hopes of a win to take them away from the relegation zone.

However, Liverpool took charge, putting three past the London side, with West Ham only being able to reply once with a goal from Riko Ueki.

Manchester City travelled down to the South Coast to face 10th place Brighton, where City were expected to put on quite a show.

With goals from Lauren Hemp and Mary Fowler, it was certain throughout the game that the Northern side were in control as Brighton only managed to sneak one goal in from Lee Geum – Min.

The last game of the weekend, came from Tottenham Hotspur who played Leicester City at Brisbane Road and only one goal separated the two sides.

Matilda Vinberg’s goal in the second minute of the game gave Spurs the lead and also the win over the Foxes. The sides will face each other again in the Women’s FA Cup Semi Final at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in April.

Chelsea now sit top of the WSL with Manchester City chomping at their heels, both on 40 points only being separated by goal difference.

At the other end of the table, Bristol City sit in the relegation spot with only six points, with the next team up being West Ham with 12 points. Will it be Bristol City going down or will everything change?