Arsenal won their first Women’s Super League title since 2012 last season, but can they hold off their rivals again this term? As the new campaign begins on Saturday, we asked six BBC Sport pundits to pick their top four, with explanations for their selections. The Gunners, Chelsea and Manchester City have dominated the silverware at the top of the English women’s game in recent years, and all six of our pundits are predicting they will lock out the top three again. However, four are expecting last year’s runners-up, Manchester City, to drop out of the Champions League places and finish third. Newcomers Manchester United have received some backing to break straight into the top four, while Reading and Birmingham City have also been tipped for fourth spot. Champions: “It’s going to be a lot tighter between Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City, but not qualifying for the Champions League will have hurt Chelsea, so they’ll be like a wounded animal and they can fully concentrate on domestic competitions. They will miss Karen Carney’s leadership after her retirement, but also it’s a chance for others to step up.” Runners-up: “Arse...