WSL Weekend Preview

League leaders Manchester City are at Sunderland on Sunday, when Chelsea host Everton and Reading try to avenge their recent Conti Cup defeat by Arsenal.

Saturday 27th January
FA WSL 1
Liverpool v Bristol City (Select Security Stadium, 5.30pm)

FA WSL 2
London Bees v Watford (Barnet FC, 2pm)

Sunday 28th January (2pm)

FA WSL 1
Chelsea v Everton (Kingsmeadow Stadium, 12.30pm) live on BBC online
Birmingham City v Yeovil Town (Solihull Moors FC)
Reading v Arsenal (Wycombe Wanderers FC)live on FAWSL Facebook
Sunderland v Manchester City (South Shields FC)

FA WSL 2
Millwall Lionesses v Durham (Fisher FC, 12pm)
Sheffield FC v Tottenham Hotspur (Sheffield FC, 1pm)
Doncaster Rovers Belles v Brighton & Hove Albion (Doncaster Rovers FC)
Oxford United v Aston Villa (Oxford City FC)

Chelsea will go top of the league – if only for a couple of hours – if they win at home to Everton, with Manchester City kicking off later at Sunderland, where they look to extend their 100% record.

Third-placed Liverpool, who added Rinsola Babajide to their ranks this week, host Bristol City on Saturday evening, while other WSL 1 Sunday matches see Reading again entertain Arsenal – the Gunners having recently edged the Royals 3-2 in the Conti Cup semi-finals – and Birmingham City home to Yeovil Town, who are still trying to find their first goal.

As in the top flight, an early kick-off could provide at least a temporary change to first place. Millwall are only a point short of leaders Doncaster as they prepare to play third-placed Durham, with the Belles having a tricky home game with fourth in the table Brighton.

Spurs are one point above Sheffield FC whom they visit for a 1pm start, Oxford go up against Aston Villa who made three signings on transfer deadline day, while London Bees welcome a winless Watford on Saturday afternoon.