14 min: Percival hits the post! This is a superb spell for Spurs. Graham turned on the edge of the area and laid the ball back to Percival, whose crisp drive was fingertipped onto the post by the diving Berger. That was an outstanding save. The loose ball eventually fell for Graham, who slapped it over the bar on the half-volley.
13 min A double chance for Spurs! Chelsea didn’t clear a free-kick properly, and Kennedy’s shot onthe turn was blocked. The ball ran to Zadorsky, who had an age to line up a shot from the right side of the area. She struck it well but it just cleared the crossbar.
12 min Spurs have made a confident start, as you’d expect given their recent form, and their press has inconvenienced Chelsea on a couple of occasions.
8 min Ji clips a long pass towards Kerr, who gets the wrong side of Zadorsky but shoots wide with her left foot. She took the shot early, from 20 yards, when she should probably have moved closer to goal.
7 min At the other end, Addison breaks down the right and slides an excellent low cross that zips across the face of goal.
6 min Sam Kerr misses the first big chance, slicing Reiten’s cross well wide from 10 yards. It bounced up a little awkwardly, but Kerr should still have done better.
4 min Nothing to report so far. Chelsea have had most of the possession so far.
1 min Peep peep! Chelsea, in blue, kick off from left to right. Spurs are in their dark green change strip.
The teams in (possible) formation
Chelsea (4-2-3-1) Berger; Mjelde, Bright, Ericsson, Andersson; Leupolz, Ji; Kirby, Harder, Reiten; Kerr.
Substitutes: Telford, Blundell, Ingle, England, Fleming, Spence, Fox, Beever-Jones.
Tottenham Hotspur (4-2-3-1) Mikalsen; Neville, McManus, Zadorsky, Harrop; Kennedy, Percival; Davison, Graham, Addison; Naz.
Substitutes: Green, Filbey, Dean, So-hyun, Quinn, Ayane, Martin, E Morgan.
Referee Sarah Garratt.
A bit of news from elsewhere – Arsenal’s game at Aston Villa has been postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
Spurs’ most signing signing Cho So-hyun is on the bench, but Abbie McManus and Aurora Mikalsen make their debuts.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur from Kingsmeadow. It’s over a year since Chelsea last failed to win a home game in any competition, and over two since they last lost in the WSL, so it will be an appreciable shock should Spurs win today.
Chelsea, who are aiming to retain the WSL for the first time in their history, have been in ominous form and went top of the table for the first time this season when they beat Manchester United a fortnight ago. Their win at Aston Villa in the week set a new WSL record of 32 games without defeat.
Spurs have improved after a poor start to the season, winnings all three games under their new coach Rehanne Skinner, and signed the South Korea captain Cho So-hyun on loan this week. They sit comfortably in seventh place, and have some easier games to come after this. Anything they get today will be a bonus.
Kick off 12.30pm