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Live Reporting

By Adam Williams and James Law

All times stated are UK

  1. Thank you and good evening

    Everton

    It's been a record-breaking day in the WSL for sure and some impressive goals to go with it.

    Don't forget - you can see all the goals from today's WSL games both on the BBC Sport website and app and also on the Women's Football Show later on.

    That's on both BBC Four at 19:00 GMT and then again on BBC One at 23:45 GMT.

    Until next time, thanks for being with us and we'll see you again for more WSL action very soon.

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    FT: Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

    Spurs v Arsenal

    The Spurs fans applaud their players for their efforts as they head off home after an historic attendance for the division.

    Then, over in the far corner, the Arsenal players link arms and celebrate with their fans, who are delighted. As they lift their arms, the travelling thousands respond with 'Ole, Ole, Ole'.

    England's Leah Williamson takes a selfie on the pitch - that'll be one to keep for the family scrapbook.

  3. Watch: Chelsea see off United to stay top

    Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

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    Video caption: WSL highlights: Chelsea Women 1-0 Manchester United Women

    Another big crowd at Kingsmeadow earlier witnessed Chelsea's impressive run continue as they saw off Manchester United by a single goal.

  4. How it stands

    So what do those results do to the league table?

    League table

    The top three is as you were as Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City all win but City do their goal difference the power of good with that 5-0 thrashing of West Ham.

    Everton are up to fourth at Man Utd's expense.

    Liverpool stay bottom and without a win.

  5. FULL-TIME SCORES

    So all done and dusted on another WSL afternoon.

    Here's how it all unfolded:

    • Manchester City 5-0 West Ham
    • Brighton 3-0 Birmingham City
    • Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United
    • Reading 3-3 Bristol City
    • Liverpool 0-1 Everton
    • Tottenham Hotspur 0-2 Arsenal
  6. FULL-TIME

    Liverpool 0-1 Everton

    Everton take the points at Anfield and probably should've won by more.

    Liverpool's wait for a WSL win this season goes on while Everton's battling qualities continue to impress.

  7. FULL-TIME

    Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal

    Arsenal celebrate

    All over in front of a record WSL crowd.

    After Spurs made them sweat, Arsenal had too much class and composure to claim all three points with second-half goals from Kim Little and Vivianne Miedema.

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    Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal

    Midway through five minutes of stoppage time meanwhile in this one....

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    Liverpool 0-1 Everton

    Into stoppage time at Anfield.

    Liverpool with a free-kick on the byline in front of the Kop.

    But as has been the case all game, the quality of the delivery is poor and Everton can easily get it clear.

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    Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal

    Arsenal so close to a third right at the death.

    Vivianne Miedema on the break and she lays the ball into the path of Lisa Evans who blazes this one well over goal.

    Big missed chance to put some more gloss on it for the Gunners.

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    Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal

    Oh dear - that's unfortunate!

    Spurs striker Rianna Dean is floored by a pile-driver of an effort from her own team-mate.

    Kit Graham had a go on the half volley from the edge of the box and it might have been going in but Dean got her shoulder in its path.

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    Liverpool 0-1 Everton

    Emma Sanders

    BBC Sport at Anfield

    23,500 is the attendance at Anfield today.

    That's absolutely smashed Liverpool's previous record. They averaged crowds of 536 last season so that's very impressive.

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    Liverpool 0-1 Everton

    Nearing the last five minutes at Anfield and still Liverpool are pressing for a leveller.

    Niamh Charles is found unmarked in the area but her shot on the turn goes well wide of the right post.

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    Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

    Vivianne Miedema scores

    Wow. There are 38,262 people here - the WSL record has been smashed for a second time this season.

    That figure was announced over the PA moments before Vivianne Miedema latched on to the loose ball for the second goal.

    Arsenal are going to claim the north London bragging rights, but Spurs have made history today too.

  15. GOAL: Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal

    Vivianne Miedema (82 mins)

    Arsenal celebrate

    Arsenal two goals to the good and who else on the scoresheet, but Vivianne Miedema.

    That should sew up the points....

    It's an absolute gift for her though as she pounces on a mistake by Anna Filbey who misdirects a back pass right into Miedema's path and she has the simplest of finishes.

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    Tottenham 0-1 Arsenal

    Great skill from Rachel Furness for Spurs with a lovely couple of keepie-uppies, a run into the Arsenal half and then a shot on goal.

    But, it lacks the power to trouble Manuela Zinsberger and perhaps doesn't get the reward her effort deserved.

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    Liverpool 0-1 Everton

    Liverpool v Everton

    23,500 or there or thereabouts is the Anfield attendance.

    But the hosts still trail as we move into the last 15 minutes. They will still be without a WSL win this season unless they can turn this one around in the closing stages.

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    Tottenham 0-1 Arsenal

    Last 15 minutes approaching and Arsenal seemingly in control of this one.

    Plenty of time on the ball to keep hold of it and a noticeable drop in noise levels inside the stadium since the Kim Little goal.

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    Liverpool 0-1 Everton

    The safe hands of Tinja Korpela in the Everton goal snuff out any half-chance of a Liverpool equaliser.

    Rinsola Babajide is starting to show her pace down the Liverpool left wing, but her speculative cross can only drift into the waiting arms of the Everton keeper.

    Korpela on hand again moments later to keep a Kirsty Linnett effort away from danger.

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    Liverpool 0-1 Everton

    Emma Sanders

    BBC Sport at Anfield

    Liverpool forward Niamh Charles' eyes must have lit up when she went to hit the ball first-time in the box.

    It was another excellent block from the Everton centre-back pairing, but you can't help but feel Liverpool are going to get a goal at some point.

    They need to be careful not to get caught on the break though.