The theme of the weekend for the Westfield Matildas abroad was draws, with Caitlin Foord and Arsenal the ones bucking the trend.
Arsenal exacted revenge on Manchester United earning a 2-0 win over the Red Devils and keeping their European hopes alive.
A Caitlin Foord run and pass found Jill Roord whose shot went in off a deflection from Millie Turner; she was credited with an own goal.
United had ample chances to equalise but it was Arsenal who would score next. Lotte Wubben-Moy's header from a corner extended the home side's lead. Beth Mead's red card made the final half hour more tense for Joe Montemurro's side but they ultimately took home all three points.
Alanna Kennedy's Tottenham and Bristol did battle with the teams playing out a 1-1 draw. Siri Worm's third minute opener was cancelled out by Gemma Evans' second half equaliser.
It was an important point for the Robins in particular who now sit on 10 points, only one above West Ham who are currently in the relegation spot.
Aivi Luik's Sevilla side played out a 2-2 draw with Sociedad in Spain to extend the team's unbeaten run to six games.
Sociedad took the lead twice only for Sevilla to reply within minutes each time.
Amy Harrison was once again in the starting line up as PSV drew 1-1 with Den Haag. The team from Eindhoven has maintained top spot in the Eredivisie Vrouwen heading into the final round of the season.