Sunderland and Derby County both have the opportunity to overtake FAWNL Northern Premier leaders Blackburn Rovers, while in the Southern Premier Coventry United seek back-to-back wins over title rivals Watford.
Sunday 21 October (2pm)
FA WOMEN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE
Derby County v Guiseley Vixens (Mickleover Sports FC)
Stoke City v Huddersfield Town (Norton Utd FC)
Sunderland v Nottingham Forest (Eppleton Colliery Welfare FC)
Coventry United v Watford (Daventry Town FC)
Queens Park Rangers v Chichester City (Uxbridge FC)
MIDLANDS DIVISION 1
Burton Albion v Birmingham & West Midlands (Tamworth FC)
Long Eaton United v Bedworth United (Long Eaton Utd FC)
Sporting Khalsa v West Bromwich Albion (Sporting Khalsa FC)
NORTHERN DIVISION 1
Brighouse Town v Chorley (Brighouse Town FC)
Chester le Street Town v Leeds United (Chester le Street Town FC)
Crewe Alexandra v Barnsley (Cumberland Arena)
Liverpool Feds v Newcastle United (South Liverpool Football Hub)
SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1
Billericay Town v Enfield Town (Billericay Town FC)
Stevenage v AFC Wimbledon (Hertford Town FC)
SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1
Chesham United v Swindon Town (Chesham Utd FC)
Larkhall Athletic v Southampton WFC (Larkhall Athletic FC)
PLATE 2ND ROUND
Brislington v Milton Keynes Dons (Brislington Stadium)
Keynsham Town v Portsmouth (Keynham Town FC)
Solihull Moors v Middlesbrough (West Midland Sports & Social Club, 3pm)
Sunderland have the chance to replace Blackburn as Northern Premier leaders when home to Nottingham Forest, while Derby would go top if they beat Guiseley and and the Black Cats fail to win. Fifth-placed Stoke play Huddersfield who are two points ahead of them in fourth spot.
Southern Premier top two, Coventry and Watford go head-to-head for the second successive Sunday, United having beaten the Hornets 3-2 away in the Cup last week. Chichester could finish the weekend in second position with a victory at winless QPR.
West Brom will take back the Midlands Division 1 leadership from Wolves if they can manage a five-goal margin of victory at Sporting Khalsa. Long Eaton host newcomers Bedworth who have won all four games to date, Burton take on fourth-in-the-table Birmingham & West Midlands.
Burnley will lose their Northern Division 1 pole position as second plays third, with Brighouse home to Chorley. Liverpool Feds face Newcastle, Chester le Street challenge Leeds and Crewe look to get off the mark in the basement battle against Barnsley.
Three points for Billericay at home to Enfield would see them remove Crawley from the South East Division 1 summit, eighth-placed Stevenage welcome an AFC Wimbledon side just a point behind them.
There might also be a change in South West Division 1, with Southampton WFC only needing to avoid defeat at Larkhall to knock Keynsham off the top, while Chesham and Swindon meet with five places but just two points separating them.
Three outstanding Plate 2nd Round ties all have Division 1 teams hosting Premier opponents, with high-scoring Keynsham likely to give Portsmouth a good game, Solihull meeting Middlesbrough and Brislington entertaining MK Dons.