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Posted 19th May 2017, 08:04 in

WSL Weekend Preview

Brighton play at The Amex, there's two game at The Hive and one live on the BBC, with the WSL 2 Spring Series reaching its conclusion.

Saturday 20th May

Arsenal v Birmingham City (Barnet FC, 1pm) BBC Red Button/BBC Online
Bristol City v Liverpool (Stoke Gifford Stadium, 6pm) BBC Radio 5Live Sports Extra
London Bees v Everton (Barnet FC, 4pm)
Watford v Millwall Lionesses (Kings Langley FC, 3pm)

Sunday 21st May (2pm)

Manchester City v Yeovil Town (Academy Stadium)
Sunderland v Chelsea (Hetton Centre)
Aston Villa v Durham (Tamworth FC)
Brighton & Hove Albion v Sheffield FC (Brighton & Hove Albion FC, 1pm)
Oxford United v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Abingdon United FC)

The weekend action begins with Saturday's televised game at The Hive, where Arsenal entertain Birmingham City, who earlier ended their defence of the SSE FA Cup.

Next to bottom Bristol City take on leaders Liverpool at 6pm, with the Reds having a six-point advantage at the top, going into the weekend's fixtures.

The second match in the double-header at Barnet FC then sees London Bees up against WSL 2 Spring Series champions elect Everton. The Toffees only need a point to make entirely sure of the title.

Watford welcome Millwall for Saturday's other game, with the Lionesses one of a number of sides who could achieve the runners-up spot in WSL 2.

Manchester City play basement side Yeovil Town on Sunday, while Sunderland host Chelsea in the day's other top flight match, with the Blues second before Saturday's games kick-off.

In WSL 2, Aston Villa need to defeat second-placed Durham to climb above them.

Doncaster Rovers Belles are positioned inbetween Villa and the Wildcats as they head to a winless Oxford United.

Brighton and Sheffield FC sit eighth and ninth respectively ahead of their clash at the Amex Stadium, which starts at 1pm.

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