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Live Reporting

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  1. Wiltshire penalty pulls one back for Yeovil

    Yeovil Town Ladies 1-4 Liverpool Ladies

    Sarah Wiltshire scores a late penalty to pull back a goal for Yeovil Town.

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    Video caption: Wiltshire scores penalty for Yeovil
  2. Zelem's second seals victory for Liverpool

    Yeovil Town Ladies 0-4 Liverpool Ladies

    Katie Zelem nets her second goal and surely seals a win for Liverpool in their WSL Spring Series opener.

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    Video caption: Zelem nets her second and Liverpool's fourth
  3. Zelem slots in for Liverpool's third

    Yeovil Town Ladies 0-3 Liverpool Ladies

    Katie Zelem comes off the bench to add a third for Liverpool.

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    Video caption: Zelem adds a third for Liverpool
  4. Bonner taps in to double Liverpool's lead

    Yeovil Town Ladies 0-2 Liverpool Ladies

    Watch as Gemma Bonner taps in from a corner to take Liverpool into the half-time break with a 2-0 lead.

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    Video caption: Yeovil Town Ladies 0-2 Liverpool Ladies: Gemma Bonner taps in just before half-time
  5. Greenwood puts Liverpool ahead with penalty

    Yeovil Town Ladies 0-1 Liverpool Ladies

    Alex Greenwood puts Liverpool ahead with a well-taken penalty in the bottom left corner.

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    Video caption: WSL: Greenwood puts Liverpool ahead with penalty
  6. WSL on the BBC

    The BBC will show the Women's Super League One across TV, radio and online when the Spring Series starts in April.

    The Women's Football Show on BBC Two will show highlights, while games will be shown live on the BBC Sport website.

    The Spring Series is a one-off transitional competition before the WSL's switch to a winter calendar for 2017-18.

  7. Could WSL switch help England win World Cup?

    Ahead of the Women's Super League One Spring Series starting this weekend, BBC Sport asks if the switch to a winter calendar later this year could help England's national team achieve World Cup success. 

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    Video caption: Women's Super League: Will WSL switch help England win the World Cup?