FA WSL Conti Cup

Further analysis on Continental Cup qualification: potential group winners

Teams likely to qualify as group winners

Notts County : away to WSL 2 Yeovil, they currently lead group 3 with 10 points and should finish top of the group

Manchester City : away to WSL 2 Durham who have 0 point in the competition and lost heavily to Liverpool, they currently lead group 2 with 9 points and should finish top of the group

Teams that could qualify as group winners

Chelsea : home to WSL 2 London Bees and therefore should reach 12 points

Arsenal at home to London Bees and away to Millwall, need to win both games to reach 12 points

Chelsea and Arsenal will probably be level on 12 points and goal difference will be the tie breaker Chelsea +6 and  Arsenal +11

Teams that may win their group

Liverpool would win their group should they beat Doncaster and City does not beat with Durham

Everton would win their group should they beat Sunderland away, City does not beat Durham and Liverpool does not beat Doncaster. Or City does not beat Durham, Liverpool beat Doncaster and Everton catch up on the 7 goals difference with the reds ( unlikely scenario)

Birmingham would win their group should they beat Bristol and Notts County do not win at Yeovil

Bristol would win their group should the beat Birmingham and Notts County do not win at Yeovil

Teams unlikely to qualify as group winners

Those teams would need exceptional circumstances to go through as group winners :

Reading have been removed from the competition

Doncaster and Sunderland would need City to loose, Liverpool and Everton not to win and get the goal difference superior to man City’s one ( they are 4 and 6 goals behind atm)

Yeovil would need to beat Notts County by 5 goals and hope for a Birmingham v Bristol draw

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