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Liverpool on verge of title

Liverpool are on the verge of winning the title and returning to the FA WSL after results went their way over the weekend.

On Saturday, second placed Bristol City travelled to Sheffield Utd in search of a victory to narrow the gap on the Reds but saw their five-match winning run brought to an end by the home side. Ellie Wilson scored the only goal of the game after 32 minutes and held on for a 1-0 win which puts them firmly in the running for a top three place.

This gave Liverpool the chance to go eleven points clear as they hosted Durham Women and they took the opportunity with a 3-0 victory. Rachel Furness gave the Reds a ninth minute lead which was doubled on the stroke of half time by Katie Stengel. Furness netted a second midway through the second half to put the seal on the win for Matt Beard’s side.

This Sunday sees Bristol City play host to Liverpool at Ashton Gate and Liverpool need to avoid defeat to be confirmed as Champions.

Crystal Palace bounded back up the table and are back in fourth following their 1-0 success away to Charlton Athletic. Coral Haines scored the only goal of the game, midway through the first half, to move Dean Davenport’s side level on points with third placed Durham.

Sunderland are finishing the season well and notched up a third victory in four matches when beating Watford 2-1. Both of Sunderland’s goals came in a three minute spell during the second half, scored by Katy Watson and Neve Herron, before Jenna Legg grabbed an injury time consolation for Watford.

Coventry Utd continue to fight to keep hold of their Championship status and maintained those survival hopes with a 1-0 win against Blackburn Rovers. A goal from Katy Morris, midway through the second half, brought Coventry three precious points and extended their unbeaten run in the league to four matches, with Coventry and Watford still due to meet on the last day of the season.