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WSL: Leaders Chelsea, Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United & Everton all win

BBC News Sunday, 24 November 2019
Leaders Chelsea thrash Birmingham 6-0 to stay a point clear as the top five in the Women's Super League all win on Sunday.
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