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12 Oct 2018 by Tim Blackwell

2018-19 Streaks In Women's English Football

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All the facts below are given for clubs in the top three tiers of women’s English football: Women’s Super League; Women’s Championship; Women’s National League North; Women’s National League South. They are for the 2018-19 season only.

Data is current as of 12/10/18.

NUMERICAL FACTS

Blackburn Rovers LFC (Women’s National League North) are the country’s top goal scorers, having found the net 31 times already this season.

Keeping their fans entertained, Huddersfield Town LFC (Women’s National League North), Loughborough Foxes (Women’s National League South) and Watford LFC (Women’s National League South) have scored the most goals at home this season with 14.

Prolific on their travels, Blackburn Rovers LFC (Women’s National League North) have found the net 19 times away from home this season – the most of any side in the top three tiers of women’s football in England.

Blackburn Rovers LFC (Women’s National League North) are averaging the most goals per game of any team in the top three tiers of women’s football in England (5.17). They are also averaging the most goals per game at home (6.00).

Manchester United WFC (Women’s Championship) average 8.50 goals per game away from home this season, more than any other side.

Bradford City Ladies (Women’s National League North) have the leakiest defence at this stage of the season, having already conceded 43 goals.

Two sides are still yet to concede a goal this season: Chelsea LFC (Women’s Super League); Manchester United WFC (Women’s Championship).

Three sides still have a 100% winning record so far this season: Arsenal WFC (Women’s Super League); Tottenham Hotspur LFC (Women’s Championship); Blackburn Rovers LFC (Women’s National League North)

Chelsea LFC (Women’s Super League) have drawn the highest percentage of matches this season – 75.0%.

Coventry United LFC (Women’s National League South) have so far collected the most points in the top three tiers of women’s football in England (19).

Fylde LFC (Women’s National League North) have collected the most points at home in the top three tiers of women’s football in England (10).

Coventry City LFC (Women’s National League South) have picked up the most points away from home in the top three tiers of women’s football in England (13).

Stoke City LFC (Women’s National League North) have found the net four or more times on four occasions this season - more than any other club.

STREAKS

Blackburn Rovers LFC (Women’s National League North) and Coventry City LFC (Women’s National League South) are currently on the longest winning streak this season, with each team winning their last six league matches.

Derby County LFC (Women’s National League North) and Fylde LFC (Women’s National League North) have won their last three in a row at home – the longest current winning streak at home.

Blackburn Rovers LFC (Women’s National League North), Coventry City LFC (Women’s National League South) and Plymouth Argyle Ladies (Women’s National League South) have won their last four in a row away from home – the longest current away winning streak.

Bradford City LFC (National League) are currently on the longest losing streak this season, having lost their last eight league matches.

Coventry City LFC (Women’s National League South) are on the longest current unbeaten run of the season, having not lost in their last seven league matches. They are also on the longest unbeaten from away from home, having not lost on their travels in five matches.

Derby County LFC (Women’s National League North), Fylde LFC (Women’s National League North), Stoke City LFC (Women’s National League North) and Loughborough Foxes (Women’s National League South) are each unbeaten at home in their last three matches – the longest current streak.

Bradford City LFC (Women’s National League North), C&K Basildon LFC (Women’s National League South) and Queens Park Rangers LFC (Women’s National League South) have not tasted victory in eight league matches – the longest winless streak this season.

Chelsea LFC (Women’s Super League) and Manchester United WFC (Women’s Championship) are on the longest current clean sheet streak, having not conceded a goal in their last five league matches.

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