Chelsea Determined to Leave Nothing Behind in WSL Title Showdown

Chelsea midfielder Erin Cuthbert has asserted that the team will give their all as they aim to retain the Women’s Super League (WSL) title in a high-stakes showdown against Manchester United on the final day of the season.

Following a crucial 1-0 victory over Tottenham on Wednesday, Chelsea finds themselves in pole position atop the WSL table, level on points with Manchester City but leading on goal difference. With both teams facing away fixtures on Saturday, Chelsea will visit Old Trafford while City travels to Aston Villa.

Cuthbert emphasized the team’s commitment, stating, “We will be leaving nothing on the pitch, we will be giving everything and no matter what the result is, at least we can look each other in the eye and say we gave everything.”

Chelsea’s hopes of securing a fifth consecutive WSL title appeared bleak until Manchester City’s unexpected defeat by Arsenal, coinciding with Chelsea’s commanding 8-0 victory over Bristol City. The dramatic turn of events has reignited Chelsea’s championship aspirations, placing them in a favorable position ahead of the final day.

Reflecting on their recent performance, Cuthbert acknowledged missed opportunities but emphasized the importance of securing a clean sheet. She expressed satisfaction with the three points gained against Spurs, underscoring the team’s relentless pursuit of success.

For Chelsea manager Emma Hayes, the prospect of clinching the title on the final day is not unfamiliar territory. Despite recognizing the challenge posed by the fixture against Manchester United, Hayes exuded confidence in her team’s ability to rise to the occasion. She urged her players to seize the opportunity presented to them and deliver a performance worthy of their ambition.

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