The Women’s Super League season has been ended with immediate effect, it has been confirmed.
The 2019/20 campaign has been suspended indefinitely since March in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Discussions have been held between clubs over the best next step for the competition with curtailment now agreed upon as being the most appropriate option.
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It now remains to be seen how the final standings will be decided with a weighted points-per-game model possible.
At the time of the stoppage, Manchester City were top of the table on 40 points after 16 games, with Chelsea a point back and a game in hand and Arsenal on 36 points also after 15 games.
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