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The Southern Division has been predictable in being unpredictable this season and Sunday's results still leave five teams in with a chance of promotion.
A win would have secured Charlton Athletic's place in the top flight but, despite taking the lead through Fliss Gibbons, Natasha Harding and Sophie Ingle hit back to give Cardiff City a 2-1 win which takes them third and they will go up if they win their last two games.
Keynsham Town meanwhile recaptured their winning form and are back in second place following their 2-0 success at Brighton & Hove Albion. Brianna Oeser and Naomi Clipston netted the goals but Keynsham have played a game more than their two nearest rivals and need to win their final game against Cardiff to stand any chance of a top two place.
West Ham Utd had looked to be drifting out of contention but their 2-1 win away to Yeovil Town has greatly rekindled their hopes. Carly Roache and Joanne Woodgates netted the goals for the Hammers who are now in fourth but Yeovil, who replied through the prolific Jemma Tewkesbury, are now at the foot of the table and require nothing less than a victory from their final match with Portsmouth to stand any chance of avoiding relegation.
Queen's Park Rangers' revival continues and their 3-0 victory over Portsmouth has taken them out of the bottom two, whilst possibly delivering a fatal blow to Pompey's promotion challenge. Beth Curtis scored a goal in each half and Sophie Fogarty the other to put Rangers on the brink of survival, with Gillingham dropping into the play-off position, and completing a disastrous week for Pompey.
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