All Barclays FA WSL & FA WC games being shown live

Tottenham drew with Arsenal Women
Vivianne Miedema and Ashleigh Neville during the drawn North London derby at The Hive. (Photo: Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)

Weekend matches in the Barclays FA WSL & FA Women’s Championship are all being televised or streamed live.

The North London derby was due to be one of Saturday’s three fixtures but like Spurs’ midweek match at Chelsea, their visit to Arsenal has been cancelled due to positive Covid tests.

That Wednesday postponement denied Chelsea the chance to go top but they will do so should they win at Leicester City on Sunday.

Manchester United entertain Everton at Old Trafford but Manchester City’s meeting with Birmingham City is now off due to Covid infections.

Championship leaders Liverpool host third-placed Durham, Coventry United really need a victory against Blackburn Rovers in their bid to stay up, while Watford look for points towards their survival at Sunderland. London City Lionesses versus Lewes if off due to positive Covid tests.

Saturday 26 March

Barclays FA WSL

Aston Villa v Reading (Walsall FC, 12:30pm) – live on The FA Player
Arsenal P-P Tottenham Hotspur

FA Women’s Championship

Sheffield United v Bristol City (Chesterfield FC, 12:30pm) – live on The FA Player

Sunday 27 March

Barclays FA WSL

Manchester United v Everton (Old Trafford, 12:30pm) – live on Sky Sports 
Manchester City P-P Birmingham City
Leicester City v Chelsea (Leicester City FC, 3pm) – live on Sky Sports 
West Ham United v Brighton & Hove Albion (Dagenham & Redbridge FC, 3pm) – live on The FA Player

FA Women’s Championship

Liverpool v Durham (Tranmere Rovers FC, 12:00) – live on The FA Player
Sunderland v Watford (Eppleton Colliery Ground, 12:30pm) – live on The FA Player
Coventry United v Blackburn Rovers (Butts Park Arena, 2.30pm) – live on The FA Player
Charlton Athletic v Crystal Palace (VCD Athletic, 3.30pm) – live on The FA Player
London City Lionesses P-P Lewes

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