VENUE: Adams Park
|2||Manchester City Women||16||+30||40|
|4||Manchester United Women||14||+12||23|
|7||Tottenham Hotspur Women||15||-9||20|
|8||West Ham United Women||14||-15||16|
|9||Brighton & Hove Albion Women||16||-19||13|
|10||Bristol City Women||14||-29||9|
|11||Birmingham City Women||13||-18||7|
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