Chelsea were in action against Leicester City yesterday. Chelsea who won their last game against Brighton Hove Albion, increased their winning streak in the competition this season, as they comfortably defeated Leicester City by 2 goals to nothing and move to the second position on the table.
Brighton Hove Albion on the other hand, returned to winning ways yesterday following their 3-1 defeats to Chelsea, as they narrowly won tottenham hotspur at home by 2 goals to one. Moments after Brighton won tottenham hotspur 2-1, Arsenal who has been on top form since the beginning of the new season, then hosted and humiliated Everton by 3 goals to none.
Thereafter, West Ham then hosted and played a disappointing 1-1 draw with Birmingham City in the last fixture of the competition yesterday. After Arsenal won 3-0, Chelsea won 2-0 and manchester united drew 2-2, below is how the Barclays women premier league table now looks like, with Arsenal occupying the first position following their 3-0 victory over Everton. See the picture below for more details.
Verdicts: From the table displayed above, Arsenal are the clear favourite to lift the trophy at the end of the season. Birmingham City and Leicester City on the other hand, are the teams likely to be relegated at the end of the season, as they are yet to record a victory in the competition this season.
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