Blackburn Rovers’ 100% record in the Northern Premier could well be tested at Derby County, while Southern Premier leading pair, Chichester City and Coventry United, will hope for three points against the bottom two.
Sunday 11th November (2pm)
FA WOMEN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE
Derby County v Blackburn Rovers (Mickleover Sports FC)
Doncaster Rovers Belles v Bradford City (Rossington Main FC)
Hull City v Sheffield FC (Hull University Sports Ground)
Middlesbrough v Fylde (Billingham Town FC)
Nottingham Forest v Huddersfield Town (Carlton Town FC)
Sunderland v Stoke City (Eppleton Colliery Welfare FC)
Chichester City v C&K Basildon (Chichester City FC)
Loughborough Foxes v Portsmouth (Loughborough University Stadium)
Oxford United v Plymouth Argyle (Oxford City FC)
Queens Park Rangers v Coventry United (Uxbridge FC)
Watford v Milton Keynes Dons (Kings Langley FC, 3pm)
MIDLANDS DIVISION 1
The New Saints v Sporting Khalsa (TNS FC)
NORTHERN DIVISION 1
Barnsley v Morecambe (Barnsley FC Academy)
Burnley v Crewe Alexandra (Atherton Collieries FC)
SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1
Leyton Orient v Enfield Town (Mile End Stadium)
SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1
Brislington v Southampton Saints (Brislington Stadium)
Southampton WFC v Chesham United (Blackfield & Langley FC)
Third-placed Derby take on Northern Premier leaders Blackburn who are chasing a ninth win in a row, while Sunderland in second are home to Stoke in fifth. Middlesbrough have a mid-table meeting with Fylde, Nottingham Forest are up against fifth-in-the-table Huddersfield and there are two all-Yorkshire fixtures, as Hull host Sheffield FC and Doncaster and Bradford clash in a basement battle.
Chichester defend their Southern Premier leadership when hosting C&K Basildon, with Coventry two points behind them and away at QPR. Watford welcome MK Dons, sixth plays fourth with Oxford entertaining Plymouth, while Loughborough Foxes face Portsmouth.
Division 1 matches are limited in number due to SSE WFA Cup commitments, with TNS versus Sporting Khalsa in the sole Midlands match.
Burnley look odds on to retake the Northern Division 1 top spot from Brighouse Town, as they only need to avoid defeat at home to a Crewe side who have suffered nine defeats in nine. Barnsley meet Morecambe with a five-point lead over their visitors, who are the wrong side of the dotted line.
Orient entertain Enfield in the only South East match and the away side will go second if they take all three points.
Southampton WFC will replace Keynsham Town as leaders in the South West with only a point at home to Chesham, while Southampton Saints are on the road at Brislington.