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Posted 21st April 2017, 14:55 in
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Guiseley look set to clinch the Northern Division 1 championship, while Gillingham will take the South East title if results go their way.

Sunday 23rd April (2pm)
FA PREMIER LEAGUE
NORTHERN DIVISION

Newcastle United v Derby County (NUFC Sport Ground 3G)
Nottingham Forest v Fylde (Basford United FC)
West Bromwich Albion v Bradford City (Rushall Olympic FC)
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Cardiff City LFC v Queens Park Rangers (CCB Centre for Sporting Excellence)
Coventry United v Crystal Palace (Stratford Town FC)
Tottenham Hotspur v Charlton Athletic (New River Sport and Fitness)
Swindon Town v C&K Basildon (Shrivenham FC, 3pm)
MIDLANDS DIVISION 1
Loughborough Foxes v Radcliffe Olympic (Loughborough University Stadium)
Loughborough Students v Birmingham & West Midlands (Holywell Park)
Solihull v Leicester City LFC (Hampton FC)
Sporting Khalsa v Steel City Wanderers (The Aspray Arena)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Rotherham United (Hednesford Town FC)
NORTHERN DIVISION 1
Blackpool Wren Rovers v Guiseley Vixens (Blackpool Wren Rovers FC)
Chorley v Brighouse Town (Euxton Villa FC)
Morecambe v Hull City (Lancaster & Morecambe College)
SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1
Cambridge United v Denham United (Mildenhall Town FC)
Gillingham v Actonians (K Sports FC)
Luton Town v Ipswich Town (Stockwood Park Athletics Stadium)
Norwich City v Milton Keynes Dons (Norwich United FC)
SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1
Brislington v Plymouth Argyle (Brislington FC)
Cheltenham Town v Chichester City (Cheltenham Saracens FC)
Exeter City v Basingstoke Town (Cullompton FC, 3.30)
Larkhall Athletic v Shanklin (Larkhall Athletic FC)
Maidenhead United v Keynsham Town (Maidenhead United FC)
Southampton Saints v St Nicholas (Sholing FC)

Although the top two Northern positions are settled, six teams can still finish third and Fylde who currently hold that position are at Nottingham Forest.

West Brom are three points behind visitors Bradford but with four games in hand, while basement side Newcastle entertain Derby.

There's a top two clash in the Southern as newly-crowned champions Spurs play at a different White Hart Lane venue, with Charlton their visitors.

It's fourth versus fifth with Coventry hosting Crystal Palace at a different ground in Stratford Town FC, third-placed Cardiff play a QPR side battling to get off the foot of the table, three points behind Swindon, whose game with C&K Basildon has a 3pm kick-off.

Loughborough Foxes will look to keep their seven-point lead over Wolves at the top of Midlands Division 1 when welcoming Radcliffe Olympic, while it's a home game with Rotherham for Wanderers.

Sporting Khalsa are third ahead of playing Steel City, while the two other fixtures involve teams in the drop zone. A surely doomed Loughborough Students take on Birmingham & West Midlands, while Solihull and Leicester City Ladies clash with points especially important for the latter.

If Guiseley avoid defeat at Blackpool Wren Rovers, they will be celebrating winning Northern Division 1 the first season after coming down.

Hull hold second spot and play Morecambe, while there's a mid-table match between Chorley and Brighouse.

Unbeaten Gillingham will be on the verge of the South East title should they take maximum points against Actonians at K Sports FC in Aylesford. Presuming they do so, Cambridge will need to defeat Denham to maintain their slim hopes.

Luton, County Cup winners in midweek, face Ipswich and next-to-bottom Norwich have a testing game with MK Dons.

Undefeated Chichester hope to continue their South West promotion push at Cheltenham, they are tenn points clear after the 4-0 midweek beating of Basingstoke. Plymouth in second have games in hand but cannot afford to drop any points at Brislington.

Shanklin and Exeter are well adrift at the bottom, with the former at Larkhall and the latter hosting Basingstoke with the later kick-off of 3.30pm.

Maidenhead meet third-placed Keynsham and Southampton Saints sit fourth ahead of playing St Nicholas.

 

 

 

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