Talking points from the WSL 2!

Womens Super League

With only one game in the WSL 2 last weekend. There are plenty of talking points from the game and the some for this weekends action.

The only game last week saw Millwall Lionesses entertain Tottenham Hotspur Ladies in a game which the Lionesses ran out 4-1 winners. This was mainly thanks to an eleven minute brace from substitute Charlie Devlin. Devlin came on in the 61st minute with the scores level at 1-1 and completely transformed the game thanks to her two goals only 20 minutes after coming on. For Tottenham it was there second defeat in a row after being beaten by Brighton and Hove Albion women the weekend before last. The win moves Milwall up to second in the table.

The second talking point this week was the great draw for two of the WSL 2 side in the SSE Women’s FA Cup. The first was London Bees who have a home draw against high-flying second place Chelsea Ladies. The other is Brighton and Hove Albion women who also got a home draw against current WSL 1 leaders Manchester City Ladies next month. It will be a great chance for both sides to challenge themselves against two of the best women’s sides in the country at the moment.

The third is a look an exciting weekend of Football in the WSL 2, which starts of Saturday with a bottom of the table clash as third bottom London Bees host bottom place Watford Ladies FC. This is continued with a few mouth watering on the Sunday, the first of which sees Millwall Lionesses host Durham Women FC in a second versus third match. The match could see The Lionesses would see The Lionesses move top of the table with a win and if Doncaster fail to beat Brighton. A win for Durham could see them draw a point behind Doncaster if they fail to win.

This is then by a mid- table clash between sixth place Tottenham Hotspur Ladies who go away to seventh place Sheffield FC ladies.

If this wasn’t enough the third game of the day is another cracker asĀ  top of the table Doncaster Rovers Belles entertain fourth place Brighton and Hove Albion women. The game could see the top four draw tighter if Brighton can beat Doncaster as it would mean Brighton would move just one point behind Doncaster with a win.

It is looking to be a decisive weekend in the WSL 2 when you could see the table look totally different come Sunday evening and it will be exciting to see what unfolds.