Arsenal defeated Spurs 3-0 in the first women’s North London Derby played at the Emirates Stadium and the title race will be decided on Sunday with the gap closed to one point with Chelsea.

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 04: Leah Williamson of Arsenal battles for possession with Rosella Ayane and Rachel Williams of Tottenham Hotspur during the Barclays FA Women's Super League match between Arsenal Women and Tottenham Hotspur Women at Emirates Stadium on May 04, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND – MAY 04: Leah Williamson of Arsenal battles for possession with Rosella Ayane and Rachel Williams of Tottenham Hotspur during the Barclays FA Women’s Super League match between Arsenal Women and Tottenham Hotspur Women at Emirates Stadium on May 04, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Beth Mead carried on her great form with the early opening goal, before a brace from Caitlin Foord sealed the win.

Chelsea lead by one point and a win on Sunday would guarantee the title for them.

Considering they are playing Manchester United, who are chasing third place that qualifies for the Champions League, you would hope that they will not get an easy game.

Unfortunately, United are not in great form unlike Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City, who have all won their last five games.

Therefore, it is very unlikely that the top three will change on Sunday.

I am sure United will give 100%, but a highly motivated Chelsea team at home will certainly get the win.

As soon as the first goal is scored, others will come quickly.

On the Arsenal side, there is more than enough quality to beat West Ham and I duly expect three points to come, making it the highest number of points collected by Arsenal since the FA WSL started.

The title race going to the final day is a great story for the new broadcasters Sky Sports and BBC.

Viewing figures have been superb and the product has delivered, not without controversies on refereeing or lack of respect for away fans with poor scheduling.

Will a miracle happen and United snatch a draw to crown Arsenal champions?

All to play for on Sunday from 12pm live on Sky and come on Arsenal.

Let’s get the title back to Borehamwood!

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