chelsea They could complete their fourth consecutive Women’s Super League title this afternoon as they head to Reading, which is under threat of relegation, on the final day of the season.
Emma Hayes’ side looks to double the WSL and FA Cup, while the Blues are ahead by five points and two points over Manchester United.
United should hope for an unexpected victory away Liverpool and Reading. The Royals need to win and start the day two points behind Leicester to have any chance of survival.
Chelsea have won their last six WSL games – including a key win against Arsenal last weekend – while Reading have lost their last five.
Here is everything you need to know.
Is there a Reading v Chelsea game on TV?
The winner of the WSL title will be shown live in the Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event. The match will start at 14:30 on Saturday, May 27.
Is there a Liverpool v Manchester United match on TV?
The other match in the championship race will be shown on BBC One with the same kick-off time at 14:30.
What about the team?
Deanne Rose could provide a timely conditioning boost for Reading, but goalkeeper Jackie Burns is still unavailable.
Chelsea is expected to remain unchanged which means Magdalena Eriksson and Pernille Harder will play for the club for the last time. Fran Kirby and Millie Bright stay out.
Reading: Moloney; Mayi Kith, Cooper, Evans, Mukandi; Eikeland, Moore, Vanhaevermaet, Harries; Troelsgaard, Wellings
Chelsea: Berger; Perisset, Mjelde, Eriksson, Charles; Cuthbert, Ingle; James, Harder, Reiten, Kerr
What did the managers say?
Emma Hayes: “It’s business as usual for us. Preparation is what we prepared at the start of the season. We haven’t won leagues comfortably in the past – so from our point of view nothing is different. From our previous experience we always knew it was going all the way to the last game.”
Kelly Chambers: “What’s the point of me getting out there on Saturday if you give up or don’t believe it now? There’s still a ray of hope for us and we have to do everything we can. If we lose to the better team, I can accept it – what I can’t accept is that I can come out and do everything we can. is that we don’t fight for anything.”