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The WSL 2 table has a congested look about it with just two points covering the top seven teams.
Millwall Lionesses are the new leaders after getting the better of Brighton & Hove Albion in a seven-goal thriller. Second half goals from Leanne Cowan, Bonnie Horwood, Ella Rutherford and Ashlee Hincks took Millwall to their second win in three matches, while the Seagulls replied through Aileen Whelan, Lucy Somes and Danielle Buet.
Oxford Utd are now in second place but are still unbeaten following their 2-2 draw against Doncaster Rovers Belles. Christie Murray twice gave the Belles the lead but the U's fought back on each occasion with equalisers from Chloe Chivers and Kayleigh Hines.
Durham Women are up to third after running out 4-0 winners over Watford. The Wildcats led at half time through a goal from Zoe Ness and after the break, Abi Cottam, Beth Hepple and Kathryn Hill also got on the scoresheet.
Sheffield FC needed to withstand a late onslaught from Aston Villa in their 2-1 win which takes them into the top half. Chloe Dixon netted in the first and last minutes of the first half and although Kerri Welsh pulled one back for Villa late on, Sheffield held out for their second straight victory.
Tottenham Hotspur were also 2-1 victors, away to London Bees, to once again have an identical record to that of Sheffield's. Two first half goals from Wendy Martin put Spurs in control before the Bees pulled one back through Jo Wilson, but they were unable to level the scores after the break and Tottenham therefore keep up their good start.
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