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Posted 21st April 2017, 08:21 in

WSL Weekend Preview

The Spring Series for WSL 1 finally gets underway on Saturday at 6pm, when Bristol City host Reading at Ashton Gate.

Saturday 22nd April

Bristol City v Reading (Bristol City FC, 6pm)
Aston Villa v London Bees (Tamworth FC, 2pm)
Millwall Lionesses v Oxford United (St Paul's Sports Ground, 5.30pm)

Sunday 23rd April (2pm)

Arsenal P-P Notts County 
Birmingham City v Sunderland (Solihull Moors FC)
Yeovil Town v Liverpool (Yeovil Town FC)
Durham v Brighton & Hove Albion (Durham City FC, 12:00)
Doncaster Rovers Belles v Everton (Doncaster Rovers FC) 
Watford v Sheffield FC (Kings Langley FC)

The weekend's action is kicked-off by fourth-placed Aston Villa and London Bees at 2pm on Saturday, with the visitors able to go top again if they avoid defeat.

Millwall meet Oxford at 5.30pm with the Lionesses having mixed results so far but United having only taken a couple of points from six outings.

Then a 6pm, Bristol City and Reading open the WSL 1 campaign as Ashton Gate, following the men's Championship fixture.

Sunday sees six more top-flight sides commence their campaigns, as SSE WFA Cup finalists Birmingham host Sunderland and Yeovil Town's first ever match at this level brings a visit from Liverpool to Huish Park.

Arsenal's scheduled fixture with Notts County is off course postponed, with the Lady Pies withdrawing from the WSL due to unpaid debts.

Durham began the weekend as WSL 2 leaders and they host Brighton in a noon start, with Albion having banked thir first victory in the league last week.

Doncaster dropped their first points in midweek and they welcome Everton, who have won three and lost one.

Watford gained their second point on Thursday and now take on Sheffield FC, who have won two matches but suffered defeat in the other three.








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