Reading the FA WSL table the alternative way Part 2 ( games 6 -> 10)

Those tables reflect the points scored by teams after x games played to have a level view on how teams are really doing without games in hand. Alphabetical order used rather than goal difference when teams are level on points.

Points scored after 6 games

1. Bristol 15

1. Liverpool 15

3. Arsenal 13

4. Everton 8

5. Chelsea 7

6. Birmingham 6

7. Lincoln 3

8. Doncaster 2

Liverpool Bristol and Arsenal carry on winning, Everton overtakes Birmingham and Chelsea, go 4th.

Points scored after 7 games.

1. Bristol 18 pts

2. Arsenal 16 pts

3. Liverpool 15 pts

4. Birmingham 9 pts

5. Everton 8 pts

6. Chelsea 7 pts

7. Lincoln 3 pts

8. Doncaster 2 pts

Liverpool dropped to 3rd place for the 1st time in the season, Birmingham get in 4th place. Bristol in the virtual lead.

Points scored after 8 games

1. Arsenal 19 pts

2. Bristol 18 pts

2. Liverpool 18 pts

4. Birmingham 12 pts

5. Chelsea 10 pts

6. Everton 8 pts

7. Lincoln 3 pts

8. Doncaster 2 pts

Arsenal take the virtual lead for the 1st time this season, Liverpool and Bristol are level.

Points scored after 9 games

Arsenal 22 pts

Liverpool 21 pts

Bristol 21 pts

Birmingham 12 pts

Everton 11

Chelsea 10 pts

Lincoln 6 pts

Doncaster 5 pts

Arsenal still leading the virtual table, Bristol and Liverpool still 1 point behind.

Points scored after 10 games

Arsenal 25

Liverpool 24 pts

Bristol 24 pts

Birmingham 12 pts

Everton 11 pts

Chelsea 10 pts

Lincoln 6 pts

Doncaster 5 pts

Arsenal virtually leading the table with 4 games to go, Doncaster and Lincoln still tight at the bottom of the table.

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