In the Barclays Women’s Super League on Sunday, West Ham moved one point closer to safety after holding Brighton & Hove Albion scoreless at Chigwell Construction Stadium.

Throughout the season, both teams have struggled to keep clean sheets, but lackluster goaltending meant that the points would be shared.

Brighton moves up to into eighth place in the league standings, while West Ham currently leads Bristol City by seven points

As it transpired
The match on Sunday in Dagenham is probably going to be remembered as one of the most dull league games of the year. If anyone can still recall it by the time the season ends in May

As the half went on, Riko Ueki was unable to put a header past Sophie Baggaley, while Elisabeth Terland missed a fantastic opportunity to open the

Throughout the afternoon, Baggaley was called upon more than her counterpart; she stopped Emma Snerle, Honoka Hayashi, and Anouk Denton, while the Seagulls managed just two shots on goal.

Arnold, Zadorsky, Tysiak, Shimizu; Smith, Snerle, Hayashi, Denton; Asseyi, Harries; Ueki are the lines for WHU.

BHA: Baggaley; Olme, Losada, Haley; Sarri, Terland, Robinson; Pattinson, CarabalΓ­, Bergsvand, Li

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