#FAWNL : Chance for Chichester City to go top of Southern Premier

Blackburn Rovers can go three points clear in the Northern Premier, Chichester City could go top in the Southern, while there’s a top-two clash between Billericay Town and Crawley Wasps in South East Division 1.

Fixtures Sunday 4th November (2pm)

FA WOMEN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE

NORTHERN PREMIER

Blackburn Rovers v Nottingham Forest (Bamber Bridge FC)
Bradford City v Hull City (Eccleshill United FC)
Sheffield FC v Guiseley Vixens (Sheffield FC)
Stoke City v Middlesbrough (Norton United FC)

SOUTHERN PREMIER

Plymouth Argyle v Loughborough Foxes (Devon FA HQ, 1pm)
Cardiff City LFC v Oxford United (CCB Centre for Sporting Excellence)
Chichester City v Gillingham (Chichester City FC)

MIDLANDS DIVISION 1

Bedworth United v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Bedworth Oval)
Birmingham & West Midlands v Steel City Wanderers (Castle Vale Stadium)
Nettleham v West Bromwich Albion (Nettleham FC)
Sporting Khalsa v Burton Albion (Sporting Khlasa FC)
The New Saints v Long Eaton United (TNS FC)

NORTHERN DIVISION 1

Brighouse Town v Newcastle United (Brighouse Town FC)
Chorley v Chester le Street Town (Chorley FC)
Crewe Alexandra v Norton & Stockton Ancients (Cumberland Arena)
Liverpool Feds v Bolton Wanderers (South Liverpool Football Hub)
Morecambe v Leeds United (Lancaster & Morecambe College)

SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1

AFC Wimbledon v Norwich City (Carshalton Athletic FC)
Actonians v Enfield Town (Rectory Park, Middlesex FA)
Billericay Town v Crawley Wasps (Billericay Town FC)
Cambridge United v Luton Town (Mildenhall Town FC)
Denham United v Stevenage (The Den)
Leyton Orient v Ipswich Town (Mile End Stadium)

SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1

Cheltenham Town v Chesham United (Cheltenham Saracens FC)
Maidenhead United v Keynsham Town (Maidenhead Utd FC)
Poole Town v Brislington (Dorset FA County Ground)
Southampton Saints v Buckland Athletic (Sholing FC)
Swindon Town v Larkhall Athletic (Fairford Town FC)

Blackburn have the chance to go 3 points clear of Sunderland in the Northern Premier as they chase an eighth straight win when hosting Nottingham Forest. Stoke have a mid-table meeting with Middlesbrough with just goal-difference separating them, Sheffield FC are a point short of eighth-placed visitors Guiseley and Bradford hope to end a run of eight defeats by getting off the mark against Hull.

Chichester will replace Coventry United as Southern Premier leaders if they beat Gillingham, victory for Plymouth over Loughborough Foxes will put Argyle into third spot, while Cardiff take on an Oxford side who are 3 points better off but from as many games more.

Midlands Division 1 top two Wolves and West Brom are out to extend their seven-game winning runs, with Wanderers away to third-placed Bedworth and Albion at Nettleham. Birmingham & West Midlands welcome a winless Steel City, Sporting Khalsa and Burton are level on points before their fixture and TNS take on Long Eaton.

Brighouse will supplant Burnley as Northern Division 1 leaders with a win against Newcastle but United would instead go second with a two-goal margin of victory. Chorley are another team who could end the weekend in second if they defeat Chester le Street. Liverpool Feds trail fifth-in-the-table visitors Bolton by a single point, Morecambe meet Leeds and Crewe try to get off the mark for a ninth time at home to Norton.

There is a clash of South East Division 1‘s high-flying newcomers as Billericay go up against Crawley Wasps and their perfect form. Enfield are at Actonians after winning at Luton in midweek, the Hatters go to Cambridge United. Orient and Ipswich are just in the top half and play each other, Wimbledon entertain Norwich, Denham look to leapfrog Stevenage with a win.

South West Division 1 top team Southampton WFC could find themselves two places down, as Cheltenham in second challenge Chesham and Keynsham in third go to Maidenhead. Southampton Saints are a point short of visitors Buckland, Swindon are home to Larkhall and Poole play Brislington.

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