Watch: Brighton v Chelsea in the WSL

Live ReportingBy Rob StevensAll times stated are UKGet involvedSend a text to 81111 (charged at your standard message rate)Twitter: Use the hashtag #bbcfootballFacebook: BBC Sport50 minsPost updateBrighton 0-0 ChelseaGreat centre-forward play from Erin Cuthbert, who spins and accelerates past Laura Rafferty before having a shot saved by Marie Hourihan.Then the Chelsea forward beats the offside trap again, and Hourihan has to save with her legs.Warning signs for the Seagulls there, with two chances in a minute for the visitors.48 minsPost updateBrighton 0-0 ChelseaBrighton left-back Felicity Gibbons times a sliding challenge perfectly to win the ball ahead of Erin Cuthbert in the box.That was risky, but she got the ball.47 minsPost updateBrighton 0-0 ChelseaKayleigh Green goes for goal for Brighton with a very ambitious effort from range which is easily fielded by Blues keeper Hedvig Lindahl.Posted at 15:3515:35GOAL: Yeovil Town 0-3 West HamJulia Simic (34 mins)Game over already?West Ham pop up with a third and German midfielder Julia Simic buries a cross, again from defender Ria Percival.Yeovil have been on the end of a whirlwind.Posted at 15:3515:35KICK-OFFBrighton 0-0 ChelseaChelsea get the second half started down in Crawley.No changes for either side at the break.Will the Blues grab a fifth straight win in the WSL or can Albion sneak the three points?Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesPosted at 15:2815:28GOAL: Reading 1-2 LiverpoolCourtney Sweetman-Kirk (67 mins)Well, that didn’t take long did it? Reading were level for all of two minutes before Liverpool re-took the lead.Courtney Sweetman-Kirk brings up the double, Jess Clarke delivered it and the Merseysiders are back in front.Posted at 15:2815:28GOAL: Yeovil Town 0-2 West HamAlisha Lehmann (26 mins)Cor, it’s raining goals now. After the drought, it’s a veritable flood.West Ham pounce again, Ria Percival sent in the delivery and Alisha Lehmann is again the lass on the spot to punish the Glovers and double the lead.All going their way in Dorset.Posted at 15:2715:27England and Scotland drawn togetherWomen’s World Cup 2019In case you missed the big news yesterday, England and Scotland were drawn in the same group for the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France.Japan, World Cup winners in 2011 and runners-up in 2015, and Argentina are the other sides in Group D.Scotland, who are making their first appearance at the World Cup, will meet England in Nice on 9 June in what is the opening game for both countries.England boss Phil Neville says he was excited by the prospect of playing Scotland.Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesPosted at 15:2415:24Recap: Ruthless City march onFT: Man City Women 1-0 BirminghamGetty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesGeorgia Stanway’s 11th goal in all competitions was enough to keep Manchester City’s unbeaten WSL campaign going, securing a 1-0 win against in-form Birmingham.She pounced as Blues goalkeeper Hannah Hampton failed to deal with a back-pass, and the goal was enough to send City level at the top of the table with leaders Arsenal.The Blues enjoyed plenty of possession but Lucy Staniforth’s free-kick, which had the bar wobbling, was the closest they came as their three-game WSL winning run came to an end.Posted at 15:2415:24GOAL: Everton 0-1 Bristol CityElla Rutherford (65 mins)One for the scrapbook for Ella Rutherford, who lets fly from the edge of the box for Bristol City Women and it scorches past Kirstie Levell.Pick that one out and all that. Beaut.Posted at 15:2215:22GOAL: Reading 1-1 LiverpoolFara Williams (61 mins)It’s been coming… it was almost a one-woman crusade for Fara Williams against Liverpool and she finally managed to beat Anke Preuss.It was a low, thumping free-kick that has brought the two teams level. Williams on target for her 29th WSL career goal.Posted at 15:2015:20GOAL: Yeovil Town 0-1 West HamAlisha Lehmann (19 mins)Having been denied by the referee just minutes before, West Ham break the deadlock in Dorchester.Yeovil were unlocked at the back and Switzerland international Alisha Lehmann pops up to squeeze in and give the Hammers the lead.Posted at 15:1815:18HALF-TIMEBrighton 0-0 ChelseaBrighton will be content with their first-half display, going in goalless against a Chelsea side who have won their past four league games.The Blues have hit the bar twice through Ji and Sophie Ingle though.The Albion have had a couple of chances themselves, but are hanging on to what would be a vital point..Copyright: .45+1 minsPost updateBrighton 0-0 ChelseaWe are into one of two added minutes at the end of the first half.Drew Spence has just headed wide of the Albion goal from a free-kick from the left flank.44 minsPost updateBrighton 0-0 ChelseaIni Umotong makes a good run into the left channel, but can’t make anything of the ball in behind the defence and knocks the ball out for a goal kick.Posted at 15:1415:14Royals getting closerReading 0-1 Liverpool, Everton 0-0 Bristol C, Yeovil 0-0 West HamFara Williams has had a couple of attempts to get Reading level against one of her former clubs, but again she was denied by Anke Preuss in the Liverpool goal.It’s still 1-0 there.It remains a stalemate in the Everton-Bristol City game, while we’ve had just over 10 minutes in the Yeovil-West Ham match down at Dorchester, and it’s 0-0 there too.Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty Images42 minsPost updateBrighton 0-0 ChelseaMarie Hourihan is fine to carry on in the Brighton goal, but we will have a few minutes of stoppage time at the end of this first half.Play is restarted with a drop ball, which is uncontested.39 minsPost updateBrighton 0-0 ChelseaAlbion keeper Marie Hourihan comes out to collect a through ball from just in front of Erin Cuthbert, but the Irishwoman’s momentum sees her collide with the Chelsea forward’s elbow.Hourihan will need some treatment from Albion’s medical team.37 minsPost updateBrighton 0-0 ChelseaStraight down the other end and Brighton striker Ini Umotong calls Chelsea keeper Hedvig Lindahl into action again with a poked attempt from close range after holding off Millie Bright.The Swede is equal to that one though.36 minsGREAT SAVE!Brighton 0-0 ChelseaAnother good save from Marie Hourihan keeps it 0-0.Karen Carney shows great feet to beat two defenders on the left and then the Albion keeper saves Sophie Ingle’s angled drive.Hourihan gathers the ball from right in front of another Chelsea attacker who was looking to pick up the pieces.
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