Sat. Oct 1st, 2022

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Follow The Independent’s live stream of all the action in the FA Women’s Super League today.

WSL is the top level of English women’s football with international players trading in one of the most competitive and entertaining leagues from all over the world.

Chelsea have won three of their last four titles and Emma Hayes’ side will be on the hunt again, as will 2018-19 champions Arsenal and runner-up Manchester City in each of the last four. season, among its rivals.

While the top three teams qualify for the UEFA Women’s Champions League, the 12 WSL teams all have a lot to play, although the main goal of some clubs is to avoid relegation.

The last-place finisher will relegate to the FA Women’s Championship, a fate that befell Bristol City in 2020-21, and newly promoted Leicester City will compete in the first race of the women’s game for the first time. Avoid immediate returns.

We’ll bring you all the action and updates on today’s game on the live blog below:


Manchester United – Reading

Corner, Manchester United Women. Gemma Evans’s photo.


Manchester United – Reading

The experiment has been saved. Ella Toone (Manchester United Women) saves a shot from the left of the penalty area with her right foot in the middle of the goal. Katie Zelem assisted.


Manchester United – Reading

Foul by Lucia García (Manchester United Women).


Manchester United – Reading

Aim! Manchester United Women 2, Reading Women 0. Katie Zelem (Manchester United Women) takes the penalty right into the upper left corner.


Manchester United – Reading

Penalty Manchester United Women. Alessia Russo fouls inside the penalty area.


Manchester United – Reading

Corner, Manchester United Women. Adopted Amalie Eikeland.


Manchester United – Reading

Foul by Deanna Cooper (Reading Women).


Manchester United – Reading

Foul by Amalie Eikeland (Women of Reading).


Manchester United – Reading

Hannah Blundell (Manchester United Women) scores a free kick halfway through the defense.


Manchester United – Reading

Offside, Manchester United Women. Katie Zelem attempted to cross, but Lucía García was caught offside.

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