Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United: the tightest title race in WSL history?
Four big teams, three points separate them, but only one of them will lift the WSL trophy - and one of them won't be playing Champions League football next year either. This season's WSL is the most competitive it's been at the top for some time. Joining Mark Chapman to run the rule over where each team will be fantastic and fallible it's The Athletic's women's football editor Chloe Morgan, writer Charlotte Harpur, and host of The Athletic Women's Football Podcast Lynsey Hooper.
Listen as the panel go through where Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal's strengths and weaknesses lie and make a case for why each team could win the league.
Yet there's one side that could actually be the disruptors to all this and decide where the title goes... Hint: it's not one of the big four.
Produced by: Abi Paterson
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