Barclays Women’s Super League weekend begins early at Brisbane Road

Spurs Women at Brisbane Road ground
The Barclays Women’s Super League weekend begins on Saturday morning at Brisbane Road. (Photo by Pete Norton/Getty Images)

Manchester United and Arsenal take their Barclays Women’s Super League 100% records to Leicester City and Liverpool respectively.

But Spurs meet Manchester City in the weekend’s opening match on Saturday morning, Aston Villa then hosting Everton in a lunchtime fixture.

West Ham welcome Reading for a Sunday afternoon clash, before Brighton take on Chelsea in the evening kick-off.

Championship leaders Bristol City host Crystal Palace, holding a three-point advantage over both London City and Charlton, who visit Sunderland and Lewes respectively.

Birmingham City and Durham are level on points before their midday meeting, Sheffield United a point behind Southampton whom they host, Blackburn Rovers versus Coventry United is a battle of the bottom two.

Saturday 22 October

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City (Leyton Orient FC, 11:30am) – live on Sky Sports
Aston Villa v Everton (Walsall FC, 12:30) – live on The FA Player

Sunday 23 October

Liverpool v Arsenal (Tranmere Rovers FC, 12:00) – live on BBC Two/BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport Website
Leicester City v Manchester United (King Power Stadium, 3pm) – live on The FA Player
West Ham United v Reading (Dagenham & Redbridge FC, 3pm) – live on The FA Player
Brighton & Hove Albion v Chelsea (Crawley Town FC, 6:45pm) – live on Sky Sports

FA Women’s Championship

Birmingham City v Durham (St.Andrews, 12:00) – live on The FA Player
Sunderland v London City Lionesses (Eppleton Colliery Ground, 12:00)
Blackburn Rovers v Coventry United (Bamber Bridge FC, 2pm)
Lewes v Charlton Athletic (Lewes FC, 2pm)
Sheffield United v Southampton (Bramall Lane, 2pm)
Bristol City v Crystal Palace (Robins High Performance Centre, 3pm)

Vitality Women’s FA Cup 3rd Round Qualifying starts Friday evening

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