Sam Mewis scored twice as Manchester City kept the pressure on Women's Super League leaders Chelsea with a 4-0 win at Birmingham.
United States midfielder Mewis, just back from injury, nodded City ahead before half-time and doubled the lead after the interval.
Lauren Hemp grabbed her fifth goal of the WSL season to make it three and Caroline Weir wrapped up a convincing victory with a tap-in from Ellen White's pass.
Jill Scott hit the winner as Everton held off a fightback from Tottenham to register a 3-2 triumph.
Everton raced into an early two-goal lead thanks to two Valerie Gauvin penalties, but Angela Addison's fine finish halved the deficit 10 minutes before half-time.
Gemma Davison, who was only promoted to the starting line-up at the last minute after an injury to So-hyun Cho, hauled Tottenham level with a half-volley into the far corner.
But all Spurs' hard work was undone when they left England midfielder Scott, on loan from Manchester City, free at a corner to secure the points.
Katie McCabe's superb strike was the highlight of a 4-0 win for Arsenal at Aston Villa.
McCabe struck with a rocket from outside the box into the corner to put the visitors three goals up.