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While the Gunners monopolised possession, the hosts had the best chance of the first half when Dominique Bruinenberg's close-range header tested Sari van Veenendaal. Leah Williamson, Kim Little and Emma Mitchell all missed out due to injury, but captain Alex Scott returned to the starting XI following a setback on international duty.
Jordan Nobbs started in midfield against her former club, while ex-Sunderland striker Beth Mead was among the substitutes. The Gunners were in the ascendancy from the get go, forcing Sunderland to soak up pressure and play on the counter attack.
The hosts soon won a free-kick out wide which saw Bruinenberg direct a header on goal, but Van Veenendaal managed to claw it away from close range. The woodwork denied Van de Donk minutes before the hour mark, but the referee had already blown her whistle for an earlier foul.
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