Werner scores and Chelsea put space between them and defeated West Ham to stay fourth in Premier League

Timo Werner scored. Yep, he did. It was his first goal since February 15,  and it was the winner against West Ham at the London Stadium that put the west Londoners three points ahead of the east Londoners and into fourth place of the Premier League as both sides battled it out for a Champions League place next season.

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Kerr and Harder score the goals that give Chelsea a 2-2 draw at Man City and one step closer to WSL title

Chelsea have one hand on retaining their WSL title with a nerve-wracking 2-2 draw at the Academy Stadium against second-placed Manchester City. Just two points behind, the home side needed to beat the Londoners to overtake them with two games remaining. But in a pulsating encounter in which the Blues have never won a League match at City’s impressive stadium, a draw was as good as a win for the outfit from west London.

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Spence nabs a brace as Chelsea cruise into FA Cup 5th round after thrashing London City Lionesses 5-0

Drew Spence crashed home a brace as Chelsea overwhelmed their Championship opponents London City Lionesses 5-0 to progress smoothly into the fifth round of the FA Cup, but they will be sweating on the fitness of Magda Eriksson, who limped off injured, late in the second half. Chelsea face a WSL title decider on Wednesday at Manchester City and will be desperate to have their skipper in the back four. Head coach Emma Hayes made a host of changes to her regular side, knowing that whoever they put out from the squad would be good enough to overcome their enthusiastic but limited opponents.

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