Ten things to watch in the new Women's Super League season: Chelsea's pursuit of history, much-changed Man Utd and the return of Arsenal's ACL victims

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The Women's Super League is back. Just over four months since Chelsea lifted a record fourth successive WSL title, the 2023-24 campaign for the top flight in English women's football will get underway on Sunday, the Blues starting their title defence at Stamford Bridge in a London derby against Tottenham. Will they make it five in a row? That's one of the biggest questions heading into the new season.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City will be out to make sure they don't, with the battle for the Women's Champions League places - given to the top three finishers in the division - to be as tough as ever, too.

Those are not the only races to keep an eye on, though. In a league that boasts names like Sam Kerr, Rachel Daly, Bunny Shaw, Alessia Russo and so many more, the Golden Boot is sure to be hotly contested once again, and let's not forget about the scrap to stay in the division, too, which was captivating last time.

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So, without further ado, GOAL has picked out 10 things to keep an eye on in the upcoming WSL season, with it sure to be an absolute thriller...