Barclays Women’s Super League top four play among themselves

Manchester City v Chelsea - Barclays FA Womens Super League - Academy Stadium
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Barclays Women’s Super League leaders Chelsea host Manchester City on Friday, Arsenal entertain Manchester United at a sold-out Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

Chelsea have a three-point lead over their Conti Cup semi-final hosts Manchester City, Arsenal are a further three points back but four in front of their visitors to the Emirates, Manchester United.

Bristol City are five points adrift of a trio of sides in last place and heading to Leicester City. Two of those three teams – Everton and West Ham – clash, while Brighton play Liverpool. Elsewhere, sixth-placed Tottenham are six points better off than visitors Aston Villa.

A tight pack of five clubs are chasing the Championship title and two of them go head-to-head, as Birmingham City host Southampton. Top team Charlton Athletic take on Reading, Sunderland have home advantage over Lewes and Crystal Palace play mid-table Blackburn Rovers. London City Lionesses are just goal-difference above the drop zone ahead of meeting Durham.

Friday 16th February

Chelsea v Manchester City (Kingsmeadow Stadium, 7.15pm) – Live on BBC2

Saturday 17th February

Arsenal v Manchester United (Emirates Stadium, 12.30pm) – Live on Sky Sports

Sunday 18th February

Brighton & Hove Albion v Liverpool (Crawley Town FC, 12pm) – Live on Sky Sports
Everton v West Ham United (Walton Hall Park, 1pm) – Live on The FA Player
Tottenham Hotspur v Aston Villa (Leyton Orient FC, 2pm) – Live on The FA Player
Leicester City v Bristol City (King Power Stadium, 3pm) – Live on The FA Player

Barclays Women’s Championship

London City Lionesses v Durham (Dartford FC, 12pm)
Sunderland v Lewes (Eppleton Colliery Ground, 12pm)
Birmingham City v Southampton (St Andrew’s Stadium, 2pm)
Charlton Athletic v Reading (VCD Athletic, 2pm) – Live on The FA Player
Crystal Palace v Blackburn Rovers (Sutton Utd FC, 2pm)

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