FA Women’s Premier League Preview

Sunday’s league programme is cut-back by cup commitments but Southern goal-getters Charlton clash with a similarly unbeaten C & K Basildon, while Wolves face a second bottom of the Northern table clash in the space of four days.

Sunday September 24th (2pm)

Fylde v Derby County (AFC Fylde)
Guiseley Vixens v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Guiseley AFC)
West Bromwich Albion v Huddersfield Town (Boldmere St Michael’s FC, 2.30pm)


Charlton Athletic v C & K Basildon (Sporting Club Thamesmead)
Chichester City v Lewes (Chichester City FC)
Portsmouth v West Ham United (Havant & Waterlooville FC)


Birmingham & West Midlands v Loughborough Foxes (The Vale Stadium)
Long Eaton United v Radcliffe Olympic (Long Eaton Utd FC)
Sporting Khalsa v Sheffield United (University of Wolverhampton 3G)


Barnsley v Bolton Wanderers (Barnsley FC Academy)
Mossley Hill v Chester le Street Town (JMO Sports Park)
Newcastle United v Leeds United (Newcastle University)


Cambridge United v Denham United (Mildenhall Town FC)
Enfield Town v Ipswich Town (Enfield Town FC)
Luton Town v Leyton Orient (Stockwood Park Athletics Stadium)


Cheltenham Town v Plymouth Argyle (Cheltenham Saracens FC)
Maidenhead United v Keynsham Town (Maidenhead Utd FC)
Southampton Saints v Larkhall Athletic (Sholing FC)

Huddersfield will take back the Northern Division leadership from Middlesbrough if they win at West Brom, who banked their first points in midweek.

Fylde look to extend their perfect start to the season with a third win, as they face a Derby side that have had mixed results to date.

Wolves lost a basement battle in the week and now have another one, away to Guiseley, as they hope to get their first points on the board.

A big game in the Southern has high-scoring leaders Charlton home to a similarly unbeaten C & K Basildon.

Chichester are settling in well in their first season at this level but will have a tough game against visiting Lewes.

Mid-table Portsmouth play West Ham who have lost four of their five fixtures so far.

Loughborough Foxes will takeover at the top of the Midlands table if they return from Birmingham & West Midlands with all three points.

Long Eaton have lost all four games and take on a Radcliffe Olympic team that only secured their first victory on Thursday.

Sporting Khalsa have also suffered four defeats on the spin and now entertain Sheffield United, who were 5-1 winners last time out.

Northern Division 1 newcomers Barnsley and Bolton sit seventh and eighth respectively in the table, with one win each.

Newcastle and Leeds occupy the two positions below and also have just the single victory each.

Mossley Hill hope to get off the mark when hosting Chester le Street, who are one place and three points better off than them.

Ipswich are at next to bottom Enfield, where maximum points for the Tractor Girls will see them replace Wimbledon as South East leaders.

Should Ipswich fail to win, a victory for Luton could instead have them in pole position but they need to beat Orient who are just two points behind them.

Eighth-placed Cambridge United have a similar advantage over their visitors, Denham United.

The South West Division 1′s top three are level on points with 100% records and all in action.

Leaders Plymouth visit Cheltenham, second-placed Keynsham meet Maidenhead away and Southampton Saints are home t0 Larkhall

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