Barclays Women’s Super League Merseyside derby at Anfield

Liverpool v Everton - Barclays Womens Super League - Anfield
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The Barclays Women’s Super League Merseyside derby sees Liverpool entertain Everton in a late kick off at Anfield on Sunday 15 October.

A London derby is first up this weekend though, as Chelsea welcome West Ham for an early evening start on Saturday. Liverpool will look to continue their winning run against an Everton side still to get off the mark. Leicester City are the only other side with a 100% record after two games and that will be put to the test at Manchester United.

Arsenal have only a point between them ahead of their clash at the Emirates, for which over 32,000 tickets have been sold. Brighton play Spurs at the Amex, while Manchester City meet Bristol City.

Match day seven in the Championship sees just the one point separating the top four teams, with leaders Southampton home to Durham. Second-placed Sunderland host Reading, third in the table Blackburn face Charlton, while Crystal Palace sit a point behind the top three with a game in hand ahead of a capital derby against London City.

Crystal Palace's Laura Kaminski wins Championship MOTM award for September.
Crystal Palace’s Laura Kaminski wins Championship MOTM award for September.

Sheffield United have home advantage over Birmingham City at Bramall Lane, while there’s a basement battle between Watford and Lewes.

Barclays Women’s Super League

Saturday 14 October

Chelsea v West Ham United (Kingsmeadow, 5.30pm) – live on Sky Sports

Sunday 15 October

Manchester United v Leicester City (Leigh Sports Village, 12pm) – live on The FA Player
Manchester City v Bristol City (Joie Stadium, 1pm) – live on The FA Player
Arsenal v Aston Villa (Emirates Stadium, 2pm) – live on BBC 2
Brighton & Hove Albion v Tottenham Hotspur (Amex Stadium, 4pm) – live on The FA Player
Liverpool v Everton (Anfield, 4.30pm) – live on Sky Sports

Barclays Women’s Championship

Southampton v Durham (AFC Totton, 12pm)
Blackburn Rovers v Charlton Athletic (Lancashire FA County Ground, 2pm)
Crystal Palace v London City Lionesses (Sutton Utd FC, 2pm)
Sheffield United v Birmingham City (Bramall Lane, 2pm)
Sunderland v Reading (Eppleton Colliery Ground, 2pm)
Watford v Lewes (Wealdstone FC, 2pm) – live on The FA Player

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