Chelsea vs Brighton
Chelsea won continued their recent resurgence in the Barclays Women super league when they hosted Brighton on Saturday evening.
Emma Hayes women would come out victorious from that game as goals from Guro Reithen, Sam Kerr and Beth England sealed a 3-1 win over the Seagulls.
Aston Villa vs Arsenal
Arsenal continued their blistering start to the season when they faced Aston Villa on Saturday afternoon.
The Gunners hit four goals past their opponents in the game to extend their winning run to 4 straight wins in the league this season.
Birmingham vs Manchester united
Manchester united bounced back from their 6-1 loss to Chelsea last time out when they faced Birmingham on Sunday evening.
Marc Skrnner's women team were on hand to secure an important win courtesy of goals from Leah Galton and Ella Toone in either halves of the game.
Here are the full results from match week 4 of the Barclays Women super league
Here's how the Barclays Women super league table looks like after Match week 4 round of games
Arsenal and Tottenham are the only teams still unbeaten in the league this season with both London clubs occupying 1st and second position respectively.
Chelsea move up to third position following their latest win over Brighton while Man united who are level on points with the blues sitting in 4th place.
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