Sunderland will go top of the FAWNL Northern Premier Division if they win at Sheffield FC on Sunday, while Southern leaders Coventry United are at home to Plymouth Argyle.
Sunday 23rd September (2pm)
FA WOMEN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE
Derby County v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Mickleover Sports, 1pm)
Bradford City v Huddersfield Town (Eccleshill United FC)
Nottingham Forest v Hull City (Carlton Town FC)
Sheffield FC v Sunderland (Sheffield FC)
C&K Basildon v Queens Park Rangers (Canvey Island FC)
Coventry United v Plymouth Argyle (Daventry Town FC)
Milton Keynes Dons v Portsmouth (Stadium MK)
Oxford United v Loughborough Foxes (Ardley Utd FC)
Watford v Gillingham (Kings Langley FC)
Chichester City v Cardiff City LFC (Chichester City FC, 3pm)
FAWNL CUP 1st ROUND
Guiseley Vixens v Blackburn Rovers (Nethermoor)
Sunderland have won four and lost one and will go above both Blackburn and Stoke City in the secure a fifth victory.
Derby are unbeaten in four games and home to basement side Doncaster, Bradford – like the Belles – are without a point and hosting fourth-placed Huddersfield.
Nottingham Forest and Hull go head-to-head with only goal-difference between the sides placed ninth and tenth.
Coventry are the only unbeaten side in the Southern and they play Plymouth in fifth, while Watford – a point short of the leaders – welcome Gillingham.
It’s third versus fourth as Chichester face Cardiff who are three points behind City with a game in hand.
MK Dons play Portsmouth at Stadium MK, there’s a mid-table meet of Oxford and Loughborough and a basement battle between C&K Basildon and QPR.
Guiseley go up against League Cup holders Blackburn a week before everyone else plays their 1st Round ties.