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Huddersfield can halve Middlesbrough’s Northern Division lead, second-placed Southern side Lewes play at Portsmouth and South West 1 newcomers Southampton WFC defend a 100% record against leaders Keynsham.

Sunday 26th November (2pm)


Fylde v Stoke City (Kellemargh Park)
Guiseley Vixens v Nottingham Forest (Guiseley AFC)
Huddersfield Town v Derby County (Shelley FC)
West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City WFC (Boldmere St Michael’s FC, 2.30)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Bradford City (Hednesford Town FC)


Charlton Athletic v Swindon Town (Sporting Club Thamesmead)
Crystal Palace v Cardiff City LFC (Bromley FC)
Gillingham v Chichester City (Chatham Town FC)
Portsmouth v Lewes (AFC Porchester)
Queens Park Rangers v Coventry United (Uxbridge FC)
West Ham United v C & K Basildon (Rush Green)


Birmingham & West Midlands v Sporting Khalsa (The Vale Stadium)
Leicester City LFC v Rotherham United (Linwood Playing Fields)
Long Eaton United v The New Saints (Long Eaton Utd FC)
Radcliffe Olympic v Burton Albion (The Recreation Ground)
Steel City Wanderers v Solihull Moors (Thorncliffe Sheffield)


Brighouse Town v Morecambe (Brighouse Town FC)
Crewe Alexandra v Barnsley (Cumberland Arena)
Hull City v Chester le Street Town (Hull University Sports Ground)
Liverpool Marshalls Feds v Newcastle United (IM Marsh Campus)


AFC Wimbledon v Denham United (Sutton United FC)
Actonians v Cambridge United (North Greenford Utd FC)
Haringey Borough v Enfield Town (Haringey Borough FC)
Luton Town v Norwich City (Stockwood Park Athletics Stadium)
Milton Keynes Dons v Ipswich Town (Newport Pagnell Town FC)
Stevenage v Leyton Orient (Hertford Town FC)


Brislington v Maidenhead United (Brislington FC)
Cheltenham Town v Larkhall Athletic (Cheltenham Saracens FC)
Southampton WFC v Keynsham Town (AFC Totton)
St Nicholas v Southampton Saints (Yate Town FC)

Huddersfield have the chance to cut Middlesbrough’s lead in the Northern Division two four points when hosting Derby and third-placed Leicester can also gain ground by picking up points at West Brom. Mid-table Fylde face Stoke in fourth, Guiseley go for their first win against Nottingham Forest, while Wolves welcome a Bradford side just two points better off than themselves.

It’s top versus bottom in the Southern as Charlton entertain Swindon, so second-placed Lewes will surely have to win at Portsmouth to keep up the pace, likewise C & K Basildon at West Ham. Crystal Palace clash with Cardiff, Gillingham’s visitors Chichester account for nearly half the draws in the division and QPR chase a second victory but must deal with Coventry.

TNS will replace Loughborough Foxes as Midlands Division 1 leaders should they win at Long Eaton and third-placed Burton are at Radcliffe Olympic who are just two points behind them. Also on 19 points are Solihull Moors who visit Steel City. Birmingham & West Midlands are three points ahead of their visitors Sporting Khalsa, while Leicester City Ladies look to get off the mark in a basement battle with Rotherham.

Brighouse boast a five-point lead in Northern Division 1 ahead of hosting fourth-placed Morecambe, while second in the table Hull are home to Chester le Street. Liverpool Feds are level on points with the Tigresses and have home advantage over Newcastle United, while Crewe have a mid-table meeting with Barnsley whom they trail by two points but with four games in hand.

Only a couple of points separates the top three in the South East as leaders AFC Wimbledon entertain Denham, MK Dons meet fourth-placed Ipswich and Orient visit Stevenage. Actonians start three points short of visitors Cambridge United, there’s a north London derby between Haringey and Enfield, while Luton welcome Norwich.

A massive game in the South West sees newcomers Southampton WFC defending their 100% record at home to table-topping Keynsham. Southampton Saints are in fourth and away to a winless St Nicholas, Brislington meet Maidenhead whom they lead by two points and Cheltenham challenge Larkhall who are four points better off than them.

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