Birmingham City continue to battle for Barclays FA Women’s Super League survival when hosting Everton on Friday.
Manchester City go to West Ham in a Saturday morning game and a win will put them level on points with third-placed Manchester United, who then host Brighton the following lunchtime.
Arsenal will look to bounce back from their Champions League exit by winning at Leicester to go top, with leaders Chelsea not playing Reading until Sunday evening.
Spurs are home to Aston Villa and still chasing that third UWCL spot.
Liverpool will seal a return to the top-flight should they avoid defeat at second-placed Bristol City but will face a bumper crowd at Ashton Gate.
London City have a mid-table capital derby with Charlton, Coventry face a long trip to Sunderland in their struggle to avoid the drop, while Watford are home to Durham as they look to bank more points towards safety.
Friday 1 April
Birmingham City v Everton (Birmingham City FC, 7pm) – live on The FA Player
Saturday 2 April
West Ham United v Manchester City (Dagenham & Redbridge FC, 11.30am) – live on Sky Sports Premier League
Sunday 3 April
Manchester United v Brighton & Hove Albion (Leigh Sports Village, 12:00) – live on The FA Player/MUTV
Leicester City v Arsenal (Leicester City FC, 12:30pm) – live on BBC Two/BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport Website
Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa (Barnet FC, 2pm) – live on The FA Player
Chelsea v Reading (Kingsmeadow, 6.45pm) – live on Sky Sports Football/Sky Sports Premier League
FA Women’s Championship
Lewes v Sheffield United (Lewes FC, 12pm)
Crystal Palace v Blackburn Rovers (Bromley FC, 2pm)
London City Lionesses v Charlton Athletic (Dartford FC, 2pm)
Sunderland v Coventry United (Eppleton Colliery Ground, 2pm)
Bristol City v Liverpool (Bristol City FC, 3pm) – live on The FA Player
Watford v Durham (Kings Langley FC, 3pm)