WSL winners and losers

Beth Mead, England's Lionesses and the winners & losers of the Women's Super League season so far

A quick glance at the Women's Super League table as its winter break begins and there are not too many surprises. Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United remain in the top four places while newly-promoted Bristol City are propping the rest up after 10 games. But there's a lot more to it than that, with surprises aplenty having been sprung in these first few months.

Liverpool didn't win away from home last season and yet, they've already beaten both Arsenal and Man Utd on the road this term. Tottenham had never claimed the bragging rights in the women's instalment of the north London derby, until this month. Man Utd, meanwhile, battled Chelsea until the final day for the title last year but, this time around, they've dropped points in five of their first 10 games.

With star names making injury comebacks, a 19-year-old goalkeeper taking control of starting duties at title-chasing Man City and the battles for top spot, the European places and to stay in the division all unfolding in an intriguing manner, there has certainly been plenty to talk about.

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So, as the league prepares for a break, with action to resume on January 20, GOAL takes a look at the winners and losers from the WSL season so far...