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I guess the players will come out soon on the pitch, but as the FA Player broadcast hasn’t started yet, that’s just a guess. Starts at 1pm!

The game is just under 10 minutes away like walton hall park what are the predictions for the match? Let me know via Twitter or email!

Manchester United made it 3-0 against Brighton with Leah Galton the last scorer. A mountain to climb on Hope Powell’s side to get points out of this one.

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And also the United Brighton match, which started at 12, another game has already taken place this weekend. West Ham beat Aston Villa 2-1, but the headlines centered around Xavi Sissoko, who was shown red after striking Sarah Meiling in the face. Keep up with all the action from it here:

Today, Fran Kirby is not part of the Chelsea squad. and she’s reportedly unwell, in case anyone was wondering where the England star was.

The earlier kick-off was at 12pm on the WSL Manchester United host Brighton. United took the lead with two Ella Toon goals!

Ella Thune is celebrating
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Chelsea’s Paul Green told Emma Hayes will be in touch with the dugout on match days and will watch practice online while she recovers from her hysterectomy.

“Emma will definitely still be involved,” he said. “She’ll be at home watching all the training sessions online, she’ll be on the bench on match days as long as she’s fit enough for that. I’m sure it will be difficult for her to watch the games at home.”

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The Chelsea players wish you a speedy recovery, Emma on the back of their shirts as they warm up before this clash. It has been reported that the men’s team will also wear the message later today when they face Aston Villa in the Premier League.

The weather is beautiful today a perfect Sunday in October and I spent the morning cheering on runners at the Bath Half Marathon. I also had a cheeky latte! How do you spend your Sunday? Let me know via Twitter, @rendellx or email.

This is the news everyone wants to know on match day, team news!

The Toffees will see Karen Holmgaard make the first start as one of four changes to the team.

“Everton” in the starting line-up: Brosnan, Wehe, Seveke, Bjorn, George, Bennison, Park, Graham, Finnigan, Stenevik, K. Holmgaard.

Meanwhile, Chelsea star Pernille Harder is back in the starting line-up after the forward was sidelined with injury.

Chelsea starting line-up: Berger, Bright, James, Reiten, Perisset, Eriksson, Fleming, Kerr, Cuthbert, Harder, Buchanan.


Hello and welcome back to our Women’s Super League coverage as we look to see if reigning champions Chelsea can win away to Everton after an uneven start to the season.

They lost the season opener against newly promoted Liverpool but managed to get the ship back on track with two wins over Manchester City and West Ham. However, they will be without manager Emma Hayes for the foreseeable future after the boss underwent emergency surgery, with Denise Reddy taking on the on-field decisions.

Everton, meanwhile, will be looking to cause an upset after a bright start to their campaign. They have registered two wins and a loss and are just one place behind Chelsea in the table.

But who lines up on each team? The starting XI will be announced shortly, so stay tuned until kick-off at 1pm BST


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