The weekend action includes four Saturday fixtures, featuring the FA Women’s Continental League Cup Final between Chelsea and Manchester City.
The televised early evening clash at Plough Lane will be played in front of a sell out crowd, while in the WSL Manchester United have the chance to move back into the Champions League places when entertaining Leicester City.
Spurs – whose Ashleigh Neville in the WSL POTM – currently hold third spot and travel to Reading on Sunday and it’s top versus bottom as Arsenal host Birmingham City, who inflicted a shock defeat upon the Gunners at St Andrews.
Although Liverpool are on course to win the FA Women’s Championship, they face a tricky trip to third-placed London City Lionesses, while Bristol City sit second ahead of travelling to Lewes.
Two goals and one assist in two games 🔥
— Barclays FA Women’s Super League (@BarclaysFAWSL) March 3, 2022
Saturday 5 March
Conti Cup Final
Chelsea v Manchester City (AFC Wimbledon, 5.15pm) – live on BBC Two/BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport Website
Barclays FA WSL
Aston Villa v Brighton & Hove Albion (Walsall FC, 11.30am) – live on Sky Sports Premier League
Manchester United v Leicester City (Leigh Sports Village, 12:00) – live on The FA Player
Watford v Sheffield United (Kings Langley FC, 7.30pm)
Sunday 6 March
Barclays FA WSL
Arsenal v Birmingham City (Boreham Wood FC, 12:00) – BBC Two/BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport Website
Reading v Tottenham Hotspur (Reading FC, 2pm) – live on The FA Player
Blackburn Rovers v Durham (Bamber Bridge FC, 12:00)
Crystal Palace v Coventry United (Bromley FC, 2pm) – live on The FA Player
Lewes v Bristol City (Lewes FC, 2pm)
London City Lionesses v Liverpool (Dartford FC, 2pm)
Sunderland v Charlton Athletic (Eppleton Colliery Ground, 2pm)