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Liverpool Feds host Hull City in a top of the table clash in Northern Division 1, while there’s also a huge game in the South East as rivals MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon clash.

Sunday 4th February (2pm)
Derby County v Bradford City (Derby University 4G)
Guiseley Vixens v West Bromwich Albion (Guiseley AFC)
Huddersfield Town v Fylde (Shelley FC)

C & K Basildon v Swindon Town (Canvey Island FC)
Crystal Palace v West Ham United (Bromley FC)
Queens Park Rangers v Portsmouth (Uxbridge FC)

Leicester City LFC v Radcliffe Olympic (Linwood Playing Fields)
Sheffield United v Rotherham United (Steelphalt Sheffield United Academy)
Solihull Moors v Steel City Wanderers (West Midland Sports & Social Club)

Chorley v Newcastle United (Euxton Villa FC)
Crewe Alexandra v Leeds United (Cumberland Arena)
Liverpool Marshalls Feds v Hull City (IM Marsh Campus)
Mossley Hill Athletic v Bolton Wanderers (Mossley Hill Athletic Club)

Ipswich Town v Denham United (Felixstowe & Walton FC)
Leyton Orient v Luton Town (Mile End Stadium)
Milton Keynes Dons v AFC Wimbledon (Newport Pagnell Town FC)
Norwich City v Actonians (Norwich United FC)
Stevenage v Haringey Borough (Hertford Town FC)

Southampton Saints v Larkhall Athletic (AFC Totton)
St Nicholas v Poole Town (Yate Town FC)

If Huddersfield Town can force a win at home to Fylde, they will go second in the Northern Division table, while mid-table Derby County entertain Bradford City and Guiseley Vixens hope for their first win when welcoming West Brom.

Crystal Palace and C & K Basildon both have an opportunity to move within two points of Southern leaders Charlton Athletic, with the Eagles in a London derby with West Ham and the Essex side home to struggling Swindon Town. Elsewhere, QPR would get out of the relegation zone with a victory over Portsmouth.

In Midlands Division 1, both Sheffield United and Radcliffe can gain ground on the leading pair by defeating opponents in the bottom two, with the Blades hosting Rotherham United and Olympic at Leicester City Ladies. Solihull Moors are sixth ahead of their match with Steel City Wanderers, who maybe six points behind them but do have four games in hand.

There’s a massive top of the table clash in Northern Division 1, with Liverpool Feds hosting Hull City, whom they lead by only a one-goal margin with the Tigresses having played a game less. Fifth-placed Crewe Alexandra play Leeds United who are battling to escape the last two places, basement side Mossley Hill meet Bolton Wanderers and Chorley challenge Newcastle United who are a single point better off than them.

A huge game in South East Division 1 has rivals MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon going head to head, the South London side enjoying a five-point lead at the top, their hosts nine points short but with a couple of game in hand. Leyton Orient sit in-between the two Dons as they prepare for the visit of fifth-placed Luton Town, whom Ipswich Town are just in front of as they take on Denham United. Norwich City’s effort to work their way out of danger continue at home to Actonians and Stevenage host lowly Haringey Borough.

Southampton Saints will look to close in on the top three in South West Division 1 by beating Larkhall Athletic and St Nicholas would leap three places to sixth with victory over Poole Town, who currently hold that position.

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