Sunday 8th January (2pm)
FA PREMIER LEAGUE
Fylde v Huddersfield Town (Fylde FC)
Crystal Palace v West Ham United (Bromley FC)
MIDLANDS DIVISION 1
Birmingham & West Midlands v Loughborough Students (Northfield Town FC)
Sporting Khalsa v Rotherham United (The Aspray Arena)
Steel City Wanderers v Loughborough Foxes (Thorncliffe)
The New Saints v Leicester City Ladies (Park Hall Stadium)
NORTHERN DIVISION 1
Blackpool Wren Rovers v Guiseley AFC Vixens (Brews Park)
Chorley v Crewe Alexandra (Euxton Villa FC)
Mossley Hill v Leeds (Mossley Hill Athletic Club)
Tranmere Rovers v Morecambe (Ellesmere Port Sports Village 3G)
SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1
Ipswich Town v Actonians (Felixstowe & Walton FC)
Luton Town v Denham United (Stockwood Park Athletics Stadium)
Stevenage v Norwich City (Hertford Town FC)
SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1
Brislington v Exeter City (Brislington FC)
Cheltenham Town v Basingstoke Town (Cheltenham Saracens)
Chichester City v Shanklin (Oaklands Park)
Southampton Saints v Larkhall Athletic (Sholing FC)
Sixth-placed Fylde face Huddersfield in ninth and a win for either side would elevate them three places in the Northern Division.
Crystal Palace welcome West Ham for a London derby in the Southern Division and while the Eagles aim to close the gap on the top four, the Hammers hope to move away from the bottom, which they are currently avoiding only by goal-difference,
Loughborough Foxes go to Steel City Wanderers looking to extend their Midlands leadership over Wolves, while Sporting Khlasa can take back second spot by beating Rotherham.
Northern Division 1’s top team Guiseley go to fifth-placed Blackpool Wren Rovers and Chorley – level on points with the Vixens – clash with Crewe.
With the top three in the South East ont playing, Actonians have the chance to make up ground in their visit to Ipswich. Stevenage look for a first ever FAWPL victory at the twelfth attempt, Norwich being their visitors and only a couple of points better off.
Chichester have a great opportunity to move four points clear of Plymouth at the South West summit, as City entertain a Shanklin side with only one point to their name. Southampton take on third in the table Larkhall and the unbeaten Saints will leapfrog them with a two-goal margin of victory.