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Live Reporting

Adam Williams and Josef Rindl

All times stated are UK

  1. And that's a wrap!

    Everton celebrate

    And after nearly five hours of WSL action, that's where we'll bring the curtain down for this evening.

    Six games, some with goals galore others sadly with none.

    A new leader at the top and some more impressive goals from in-form players.

    If you missed any of it, you can read full reports and watch highlights right here on our women's football page.

    Until next time - thanks for being with us!

  2. Catch The Women's Football Show


    Don't forget, if you've missed any of this afternoon's live action, you can see all the goals on The Women's Football Show later this evening.

    It's available from 20:00 GMT on the BBC Red Button & BBC iPlayer or you can catch it at 23:35 GMT on BBC One right after Match Of The Day.

  3. Blues on top

    WSL top six

    Confirmation then of a new leader in the WSL.

    Chelsea replace Manchester United at the summit after that 2-1 win.

    Emma Hayes' side also have a game in hand as well as a superior goal difference.

    Not much else has changed in the top six but Arsenal dropped two points at Reading which has allowed Man City to keep on their coat tails.

  4. Sunday's results

    White and Kelly

    If you missed any of the afternoon's scores, here's a full run-down:

    • Manchester City 7-0 Aston Villa
    • Everton 4-0 Bristol City
    • Reading 1-1 Arsenal
    • Birmingham City 0-0 Brighton
    • Chelsea 2-1 Manchester United
    • West Ham 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur
  5. Post update

    And that is full-time in the last of the afternoon's six matches.

    Let's round up the day's action...


    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Lucy Quinn celebrates

    It is the last kick. Spurs hold on!

    A massive cheer from the Lilywhites' dugout. They had to work hard to hold on.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Last attack then, Mustafa has the ball out wide for the Hammers looking to cross.

    Oh no, she slips as she takes it.

    Goal kick Spurs, could that be it? 97 mins.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    The ball is launched forward...offside.

    Not what West Ham needed.

    96 minutes have been played, we were only meant to play an extra five.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Another lengthy Spurs injury as Rosella Ayane is now down.

    It will be a West Ham throw when we restart.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    And now Tottenham take an age to take a throw in.

    West Ham just can't get the ball back.

    Clock says 94 minutes.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Hannah Godfrey limps off.

    West Ham players are pointing to imaginary watches.

    We've played 93 minutes now, but I reckon we'll have another five minutes.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    We'll have five minutes of additional time. The Tottenham bench are furious with that decision.

    Play has now stopped as Spurs' Hannah Godfrey is down with a head injury.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Nope, easy save.

    As you were.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Soft foul in a dangerous position conceded by the hosts.

    It's about 25-yards-out, Alanna Kennedy is standing over it. She can finish this game off now.


    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Shot from distance from West Ham's Martha Thomas....

    ...straight at Becky Spencer.

    Good effort that. Only two minutes of regular time to go now.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Tottenham are starting to string some passes together now.

    It's no longer West Ham attack after attack.

    They have the ball in the Hammers' corner now. Frustrating moments for the home side. 86 minutes gone.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Tottenham are aiming for a first away win of the season, West Ham haven't won at home in their past five.

    Hammers' Grace Fisk rises highest from a wide free-kick but again Becky Spencer is equal to it. Six minutes of normal time left.

  18. CLOSE!

    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Ooooh rare break upfield from Tottenham.

    Kit Graham drives forward before playing through to Rianna Dean.

    The substitute can only slide in and poke the ball wide though.

    Will Spurs regret that? 82 minutes on the clock.

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    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    West Ham's Emily van Egmond with a deep cross aimed at Adriana Leon but Tottenham win the first ball.

    It loops up to Martha Thomas yet her header is easily saved by Becky Spencer.

    Eleven minutes to go.

  20. Post update

    West Ham 0-1 Tottenham

    Becky Spencer has a goal kick for Spurs and takes an age to get the game restarted.

    Ah, timewasting. You love it when it's for you side, hate it when it's against you.

    When the ball is eventually launched forward, it's the Hammers who regain possession.