The Westfield Matildas in the Nordic countries enjoyed a successful weekend with a clean sheet on debut in Norway and a goal in Sweden. Here's a wrap of all the action.
The title will be decided on the final day of the season after PSG and Lyon played out a scoreless draw. Ellie Carpenter played 79 minutes as both sides looked for the goal that would secure them the three points.
PSG has the upper hand, with the draw maintaining its one point advantage over Lyon. A win next will secure the club its first French league title and end Lyon's 14-year domination.
Emily Gielnik found herself on the scoresheet in Vittsjö's 1-1 draw with Eskilstuna. It was her third goal in seven games in Sweden. Clare Polkinghorne ran out a full match in the heart of defence.
Dylan Holmes was an unused substitute but her BK Häcken side defeated KIF Örebro DFF 3-0.
PSV has finished its season on a high, recording a 2-1 win over league champions FC Twente. Amy Harrison entered the game in the 64th minute, while Kyah Simon was an unused substitute.
PSV's second place finish in the league confirms the team's place in next season's UEFA Women's Champions League. But before then there is still silverware up for grabs with the KNVB Cup final taking place next weekend with PSV facing Den Haag.
Rest of the World
Teagan Micah kept a clean sheet in her first start of the season as IL Sandviken won 3-0 over Avaldsnes. Karly Roestbakken's LSK ran out 5-2 winners over Arna-Bjørnar.
Indiah-Paige Riley played 80 minutes as Fortuna Hjørring defeated KoldingQ 1-0. Chloe Logarzo's Kansas City went down 1-0 to Orlando Pride in the NWSL.