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The WSL isn’t going anywhere!

With Qatar consuming our news outlets recently, it’s important to acknowledge the continuation of the Women’s Super League.

Arsenal are the current leaders of the pack, whilst Leicester City trail behind in 12th.

Khadija Shaw (Manchester City forward) and Rachel Daly (Aston Villa forward) have scored a collective 12 goals so far this season, with Guro Reiten (Chelsea midfielder) and Beth Mead (Arsenal midfielder) accumulating the highest assist total of 7.

The competition and intensity that grows each season in the WSL has been revealed not only through the goals, but also the cards received by players. Shannon O’Brien has already collected 4 yellow cards for Leicester City, whilst Emma Kullberg (Brighton & Hove defender) and Hawa Cissoko (West Ham defender) have even been sent off.

As the top tiers of men’s football experience an international break, to watch regular high quality fixtures, make sure you tune into the WSL season- if you aren’t already!

Each game is crucial for the three points, as the league table is tight. Which game are you tuning into over the next couple of weeks?

  • Reading vs Liverpool- Thursday 24th November

  • Man U vs Aston Villa- Saturday 3rd December

  • Arsenal v Everton- Saturday 3rd December

  • Leicester City v Chelsea- Saturday 3rd December

  • Reading vs Tottenham- Sunday 4th December

  • Man City vs Brighton & Hove Albion- Sunday 4th December

  • Liverpool vs West Ham- Sunday 4th December

All these games are available on either the BBC, Sky Sports or the Football Association Player.

Who do you think will be in the top spot at the Christmas break?

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