These are set for two weeks time, to decide which club will represent Wales in the UEFA Women's Champions League next season.
In order to confirm their place at the top of the Northern Conference of five clubs, Wrexham need just a single point from their visit to Northop Hall, who have yet to win a single point in their previous seven Premier League games. If Wrexham do slip up, that could leave the way open for Llanidloes to pip them at the post, should they win their game at Caernarfon.
In the South there's only pride to play for, with UWIC having already won the Conference after an impressive season that also saw them win through to the FAW Women's Cup Final, only to lose unluckily in a penalty shoot out with Cardiff City Ladies at Bridgend last weekend, the match having finished 1-1 after extra time.
Swansea City, who have won the League for the past two seasons, finish their Premier League campaign at Caerphilly Castle, while Newcastle Emlyn entertain Trefelin.
This is the final season in which a Championship Play-off will be required, with the League moving to a single division of 12 clubs for 2012-13.
Source - welshpremier.com
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