FA Women’s Premier League Preview

Unbeaten Blackburn Rovers host Huddersfield Town who hope to go second in the Northern Division, as will Lewes in the Southern with victory at Swindon Town.

Sunday 19th November (2pm)

Blackburn Rovers v Huddersfield Town (Sir Tom Finney Stadium)
Fylde P-P Middlesbrough

Chichester City v Cardiff City LFC (Chichester City FC)
Swindon Town v Lewes (Fairford Town FC)

The New Saints v Rotherham United (Four Crosses FC)

Barnsley v Chester le Street Town (Barnsley FC Academy)
Bolton Wanderers P-P Liverpool Marshalls Feds
Brighouse Town v Chorley (Brighouse Town FC)
Morecambe v Crewe Alexandra (Lancaster & Morecambe College)

AFC Wimbledon v Haringey Borough (Sutton Utd FC)
Actonians v Luton Town (North Greenford Utd FC)

Brislington P-P Larkhall Athletic
Poole Town v Maidenhead United (St Andrew’s FC)

Unbeaten Blackburn are playing catch-up with their fixtures and hosts a Huddersfield side who will go second in the Northern if they avoid defeat.

Chichester sit seventh in the Southern, six points ahead of visitors Cardiff, who have two games in hand.

Lewes will retake second place with victory at Swindon, with the Wiltshire side still to get off the mark.

A win for TNS over Rotherham will move the Saints within a point of Midlands leaders Loughborough Foxes but the Millers were boosted by banking their first points last week. This match has been moved to Four Crosses FC.

Brighouse have a two-point lead over Hull at the top of Northern Division 1 ahead of hosting mid-table Chorley. Any slip up by the leaders could allow Liverpool Feds to replace them in pole position, although they needed an extra-time goal to beat visitors Bolton in the SSE WFA Cup last Sunday.

Morecambe suffered their first defeat last time out, so will be keen to return to winning ways, but they are visited by a Crewe team that could jump up four places by taking all three points.

Eighth plays seventh, with only goal-difference separating Barnsley and Chester le Street.

It’s top versus bottom in the South East, with AFC Wimbledon welcoming Haringey, who have lost all their nine games to date.

Actonians take on Luton in sixth and would go above them on goal-difference with a win.

Brislington and Larkhall meet with only a couple of goals between them in the South West mid-table.

Poole are also on the same points total and three points better off than Maidenhead, whom they play home to.

Many other FA WPL teams are in County Cup action, while Plymouth Argyle host Basingstoke Town in the SSE WFA Cup.

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