Has the gap between FA WSL 1 and FA WSL 2 teams widened this season ?

Now that nearly all the teams in the top division train everyday ( while it is not the case yet in WSL 2 ), has the gap widened between the two divisions ?

We will be able to analyse the results from the FA Women’s Cup and the Conti Cup and see if there is a trend. Last season Reading beat Arsenal 2-0 and Doncaster beat Man City both games happened in the Conti Cup. Yeovil also managed a draw against Bristol. This season Aston Villa beat Sunderland 2-1 and Everton beat Bristol 2-1 after extra time.

Season 2014 including FA Women’s Cup* and Continental Cup ( WSL 2 against WSL 1 team )

1. Reading Women  3 points P3 W1 L2 GF 4 GA3

Man City 2 Reading 1*

Reading 1 Chelsea 2

Reading 2 Arsenal 0

2. Doncaster Belles 3 points P4 W1 L3 GF 6 GA 10

Birmingham 3 Doncaster 1*

Doncaster 2 Man City 1

Everton 3 Doncaster 1

Liverpool 3 Doncaster 2

3. Yeovil Town 1 point P3 D1 L2 GF 1 GA6

Yeovil 1 Birmingham 2

Bristol 0 Yeovil 0

Yeovil 0 Notts County 4

4. Watford Ladies 0 point P2 L2 GF 1 GA 8

Arsenal 3 Watford 0

Watford 1 Chelsea 5

5. Aston Villa 0 point P3 L3 GF 1 GA 9

Notts County 5 Aston Villa 0

Aston Villa 0 Birmingham 2

Bristol 2 Aston Villa 1

6. Millwall Lionesses 0 point PL 2 L2 GF 0 GA 8

Chelsea 4 Millwall 0

Millwall 0 Arsenal 4

7.Durham Women  0 point P3 L3 GF1 GA 13

Everton 3  Durham 0

Durham 1 Liverpool 7

Durham 0 Man City 3

8. Sunderland Ladies  0 point P4 L4 GF 0 GA 12

Sunderland 0 Liverpool 2*

Liverpool 6  Sunderland 0

Man City 2 Sunderland 0

Sunderland 0 Everton 2

9. Oxford Women 0 point PL3 L3 GF2 GA 15

Bristol 9 Oxford 2

Oxford 0 Notts County 4

Birmingham 2 Oxford 0

10. London Bees 0 point PL2 L2 GF 0 GA 20

Arsenal 7 London Bees 0

Chelsea 13 London Bees 0

Season 2015 including FA Women’s Cup* and Continental Cup ( WSL 2 team by team)

Everton

Everton 2 Bristol 1 aet*

Doncaster

Man City 3 Doncaster 1*

Reading

Aston Villa

Aston Villa 2 Sunderland 1*

Yeovil

Durham

Watford

Chelsea 6 Watford 0*

Oxford

Millwall

Millwall 0 Arsenal 7*

London Bees

Notts County v Aston Villa in Round 6 of the FA Women’s Cup will give us another indication on the current trend.

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About Sylvain

women's football fan since 1998
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