By Luke Feather

Everton Women are celebrating back-to-back wins with goals from Anna Anvegard, Claire Emslie and Danielle Turner handing them a 3-0 win away at Reading in the Women’s Super League.

The dominant Toffees made the best possible start, with Emslie’s back post cross not being dealt with properly by Natasha Harding and smashed home by Anvegard, after just two minutes.

Everton’s Swede put in a good shift up front, scoring her first WSL goal of the season.

Willie Kirk’s side doubled their lead in the 38th minute, following a curling effort from Emslie, whose performance was only topped off with her inch perfect finish.

Everton’s Scottish midfielder ran the show in the centre of the park, covering every blade of grass.

A third and final goal came in the ninth minute of first half injury time, with captain Danielle Turner curling a free kick into the top right corner from 20 yards.

Turner capped a dominant first half display from her team and gave them a huge advantage going into the second half.

Next up for Everton is a trip to north London, as they face the current league leaders Arsenal, in what is bound to be another tough challenge for the Toffees.

With 4-0 defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea already recorded, Everton go into the weekend as huge underdogs, but with extra confidence and belief off the back of two consecutive victories.

In the Women’s Championship, Liverpool Women continued their unbeaten run, with a Leanne Kiernan brace sealing the three points at Coventry.

After a first half red card to Grace Riglar, Liverpool finally made their numerical advantage count midway through the second half.

Rachel Furness did brilliantly to whip a cross in from the left wing, with Kiernan on hand to head in the opener.

The win was all but confirmed a few minutes later, as Leighanne Robe glided through the midfield and played the ball through to the goal scorer.

Kiernan kept her cool and composure to dribble around Olivia Clarke in goal and tap into an empty net.

Next up for the Reds is a trip to Sheffield United, with a win potentially taking them to the top of the WSL 2.

(featured image courtesy of Everton Women)