Chelsea FC Women continue to await news of whether they will be crowned this season’s Barclays FA Women’s Super League champions.

The Blues trail league leaders Manchester City by a point but have a game in hand and their points per game average is better than their title rivals.

With the Barclays FA Women’s Super League having been suspended for two-and-a-half months, The Football Association announced on Monday that the season would be ended with immediate effect.

A proposal on how to determine the final standings has been escalated to The FA Board and Chelsea continue to face a nervous wait to find out whether they will leapfrog Manchester City into top spot. Should the decision be made to award Emma Hayes’ side the league title, it will be their first in two seasons.

The Blues are almost certain to return to the UEFA Women’s Champions League next term with Chelsea guaranteed a top two finish in this season’s Barclays FA Women’s Super League. The agonising wait goes on for a decision on their Barclays FA Women’s Super League fate though with Chelsea potentially poised to add a second trophy to the cabinet after the South West Londoners lifted the FA Women’s Continental League Cup in February,