Arsenal or Chelsea? Where will the WSL trophy end up? | Louise Taylor

The Gunners have the easier run-in, while their London rivals have the trophy-winning nous to bag a third title in a rowArsenal. They are one point behind Chelsea with both sides having played 18 games but their remaining four fixtures are, on paper at least, more winnable than those of their rivals. Intriguingly Tottenham will have a big say in the title race. While Chelsea play them on Sunday and then again on Thursday, the north London derby takes place on Wednesday 4 May. Although Chelsea should win at Birmingham on 1 May, their tricky concluding home game of the campaign comes against a Manchester United side challenging Manchester City for third place – and the final Champions League slot. Things seem more straightforward for Arsenal’s manager, Jonas Eidevall: after Sunday’s trip to Everton, Arsenal are home to Aston Villa and Spurs before visiting West Ham on the final day. Continue reading...