Places are up for grabs in the FAWNL Cup and Plate competition finals, with Blackburn Rovers and Crawley Wasps having home advantage in the former, Gillingham and MK Dons in the latter.
Sunday 3 March (2pm)
FA WOMEN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE
Hull City v Huddersfield Town (Hull University Sports Ground)
Nottingham Forest v Middlesbrough (Eastwood CFC)
Sheffield FC v Fylde (Sheffield FC)
Stoke City v Guiseley Vixens (Norton Utd FC)
C & K Basildon v Plymouth Argyle (Canvey Island FC, 12:00)
Chichester City v Queens Park Rangers (Chichester City FC)
Coventry United v Portsmouth (Daventry Town FC)
MIDLANDS DIVISION 1
Burton Albion v Long Eaton United (Tamworth FC)
Nettleham v Sporting Khalsa (Nettleham FC)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Steel City Wanderers (AFC Wulfrunians)
NORTHERN DIVISION 1
Chester le Street Town v Brighouse Town (Chester le Street Town FC)
Chorley v Newcastle United (Chorley FC)
SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1
AFC Wimbledon v Billericay Town (Carshalton Athletic FC)
Denham United v Cambridge United (The Den)
Ipswich Town v Leyton Orient (Felixstowe & Walton FC)
Luton Town v Stevenage (LTFC Training Ground)
SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1
Brislington v Buckland Athletic (Brislington Stadium)
Keynsham Town v Cheltenham Town (Keynsham Town FC)
Larkhall Athletic v Maidenhead United (Larkhall Athletic FC)
FAWNL CUP SEMI-FINALS
Blackburn Rovers v Loughborough Foxes (Bamber Bridge FC)
Crawley Wasps v Bolton Wanderers (Oakwood FC)
FAWNL PLATE SEMI-FINALS
Gillingham v West Bromwich Albion (Meridian Sports & Social Club)
Milton Keynes Dons v Liverpool Feds (Stadium MK)
Blackburn continue their defence of the trophy (won last season as the FAWPL Cup) when entertaining mid-table Southern Premier side Loughborough Foxes. The winners will face a Division 1 team in the final, as newcomers Crawley line-up against Bolton.
The Plate semi-finals have top flight sides hosting lower opponents but both Gillingham and MK Dons are in the bottom four, while West Brom are on course to win the Midlands title and Liverpool Feds are mid-table in Northern Division 1.
Either Fylde or Huddersfield could go second in the Northern Premier, with the former at Sheffield FC and the Terriers heading for Hull. Stoke entertain Guiseley and are currently three points behind second-placed Sunderland, while Nottingham Forest meet Middlesbrough in the other match.
It’s top versus bottom in the Southern Premier as Chichester go head-to-head with QPR, while title favourites Coventry play Portsmouth and C & K Basildon have a noon kick-off with Plymouth.
Wolves trail Midlands Division 1 leaders West Brom by nine points but should beat winless visitors Steel City. Burton will go level with Long Eaton if they manage victory over them, Nettleham have a midv Sporting Khalsa
Chester le Street are second in Northern Division 1 and three points better off the visitors Brighouse, and there’s a similar gap between Chorley and Newcastle, with the away side two places higher.
Billericay really need a win at Wimbledon to help their title hopes, Orient will go third should they take the points at Ipswich. Those in the drop zone host the two sides the other side of the dotted line, with Denham home to Cambridge and Luton hosting a local clash with Stevenage,
Keynsham have South West Division 1 table-toppers Southampton WFC in their sights and welcome Cheltenham for one of their games in hand. It’s sixth versus fifth with Brislington against Buckland, while Larkhall meet Maidenhead.