#FAWNL : Chance for Coventry United to retake Southern summit

Victory for Coventry United at home to Plymouth Argyle will see them replace Chichester City as FAWNL Southern Premier leaders, while it’s third versus fourth in the Northern Premier with Huddersfield Town hosting Derby County.

Sunday 25th November (2pm)



Blackburn Rovers v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Bamber Bridge FC)
Fylde v Bradford City (Mill Farm Stadium)
Huddersfield Town v Derby County (Shelley FC)
Nottingham Forest v Middlesbrough (Carlton Town FC)
Stoke City v Hull City (Norton United FC)


C & K Basildon v Milton Keynes Dons (Canvey Island FC)
Cardiff City LFC v Portsmouth (Cardiff University Sports Fields)
Coventry United v Plymouth Argyle (Daventry Town FC)
Gillingham v Loughborough Foxes (Chatham Town FC)


Burton Albion v Nettleham (Tamworth FC)
Steel City Wanderers v Solihull Moors (St George’s Park Thorncliffe)
West Bromwich Albion v Bedworth United (Boldmere St Michael’s FC)


Bolton Wanderers v Morecambe (Atherton Collieries FC)
Burnley v Brighouse Town (Padiham FC)
Chester le Street Town v Liverpool Feds (Chester le Street Town FC)
Leeds United v Chorley (Leeds United FC Training Ground)


Crawley Wasps v Denham United (Crawley Down Gatwick FC)
Enfield Town v AFC Wimbledon (Enfield Town FC)
Norwich City v Leyton Orient (Norwich Utd FC)
Stevenage v Ipswich Town (Hertford Town FC)


Keynsham Town v Southampton Saints (Keynsham Town FC, 1pm)
Brislington v Swindon Town (Brislington Stadium)
Buckland Athletic v Larkhall Athletic (Buckland Athletic FC)
Cheltenham Town v Southampton WFC (Cheltenham Saracens FC)
Poole Town v Chesham United (Dorset FA County Ground)

Blackburn aim to make it ten straight Northern Premier wins when at home to Doncaster, second-placed Sunderland are without a game but third plays fourth with Huddersfield hosting Derby. Stoke in fifth are home to a Hull side three points behind them, Nottingham Forest meet mid-table Middlesbrough and Fylde face Bradford who have lost all ten games.

Chichester will lose the Southern Premier leadership should Coventry defeat fifth-placed Plymouth and victory for Loughborough at Gillingham will send the Foxes third. Cardiff are just a point ahead of visitors Portsmouth and C & K Basildon still seek a first win when hosting MK Dons.

West Brom have won all eight games in Midlands Division 1 but now take on Bedworth who are within three points of the leaders. Burton are up against Nettleham and there’s a basement battle between Steel City and Solihull.

A top-of-the-table clash in Northern Division 1 sees leaders Burnley clash with Brighouse, who will go top on goal-difference if they take maximum points. Third-placed Chester le Street face Liverpool Feds, Bolton meet Morecambe in an all-Lancashire clash, while Leeds entertain at the changed venue of the LUFC Training Ground.

Crawley are seeking a ninth win on the spin in South East Division 1 with Denham their visitors and it’s third versus fourth as Enfield entertain Wimbledon. Norwich tackle Orient and Stevenage are home to Ipswich whom they trail by two points.

Keynsham lead the South West Division 1 table on goal-difference ahead of their game with Southampton Saints and second-placed Southampton WFC are at Cheltenham in third. Brislington play Swindon, Buckland are a couple of games and points better off than visitors Larkhall, while Poole hope to add to their three points with home advantage over Chesham.

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