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Everton closed the gap on leaders Arsenal to three points with a 1-0 victory over third placed Chelsea.
Siobhan Chamberlain defied the Toffees with a number of good saves but Everton went on to take the points via a penalty from captain Fara Williams, early in the second half.
Watford climbed back into fifth place, thanks to a 2-0 win against WFC Fulham. Holly Miles gave them the lead late in the first half and Sally Wade secured the points with a penalty on the stroke of half time.
Leeds Carnegie came from behind to beat Liverpool 3-1 and lift themselves into the top half for the first time this season. Alison Hastie got Liverpool off to a good start by giving them a fourth minute lead but Steph Houghton turned matters around as she netted twice before the interval. Sue Smith then netted early after the restart to wrap up the win for the Yorkshire side.
Nottingham Forest were moments away from a second successive victory but had to settle for a 2-2 draw as they were pegged back by an injury time equaliser from Bristol Academy. Sharla Passiarello put Academy in front early on but goals from Natalie Clarke and Andi Bell looked to have given Forest a vital win until debutant Jemma Rose, signed from Plymouth Argyle during the week, popped up to grab a point for her side in the dying minutes.
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