#FAWNL fixtures feature West Midlands derby

Perhaps the most eye-catching match in the FAWNL this Sunday is the top of the table derby between West Bromwich Albion and  Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Fixtures for Sunday 27th January (2pm)



Blackburn Rovers v Sheffield FC (Bamber Bridge FC)
Bradford City v Stoke City (Eccleshill Utd FC)
Doncaster Rovers Belles v Sunderland (Rossington Main FC)
Fylde v Hull City (Mill Farm Stadium)
Huddersfield Town v Middlesbrough (Shelley FC)
Nottingham Forest v Guiseley Vixens (Carlton Town FC)


C&K Basildon v Loughborough Foxes (Canvey Island FC)
Chichester City v Milton Keynes Dons (Chichester City FC)
Coventry United v Portsmouth (Daventry Town FC)
Plymouth Argyle v Gillingham (Devon FA HQ)
Queens Park Rangers v Cardiff City LFC (Uxbridge FC)
Watford v Oxford United (Kings Langley, 3pm)


Birmingham & West Midlands v Bedworth United (Castle Vale Stadium)
West Bromwich Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Boldmere St Michael’s FC, 2.30pm)


Bolton Wanderers v Chorley (Atherton Collieries FC)
Burnley v Liverpool Feds (Padiham FC)
Leeds United v Newcastle United (Leeds United FC Training Ground)
Barnsley v Brighouse Town (Barnsley FC Academy, 3pm)


Crawley Wasps v Leyton Orient (Oakwood FC)
Ipswich Town v Cambridge United (Felixstowe & Walton FC)


Buckland Athletic v Maidenhead United (Buckland Athletic FC)
Cheltenham Town v Larkhall Athletic (Cheltenham Saracens FC)
Southampton Saints v Keynsham Town (Sholing FC)

Northern Premier leaders Blackburn are looking to make it maximum points from a dozen games when hosting Sheffield FC who are just a point above the drop zone. Sunderland and Huddersfield are both 6 points behind Rovers, with the Black Cats at Doncaster and the Terriers meeting Middlesbrough. Fylde face Hull in a mid-table clash, Nottingham Forest are a point short of visitors Guiseley and lowly Bradford entertain Stoke.

The Southern Premier title race is currently between two sides and top of the table Chichester tackle MK Dons, while Coventry play Portsmouth. Watford welcome Oxford United with the Hornets two points ahead, Gillingham have a long trip to Plymouth, QPR go for a first win against Cardiff, as do C&K Basildon at home to Loughborough.

There’s a huge game in Midlands Division 1 as leading pair and local rivals, West Brom and Wolves have a ‘six-pointer’. Albion have won every game and have a three-point advantage over Wanderers. Third faces fourth with Birmingham & West Midlands home to Bedworth and just goal-difference separating them.

Northern Division 1 leaders Burnley face Liverpool Feds, second-placed Barnsley take on Brighouse in fourth, Leeds entertain Newcastle at the LUFC Training Ground) and Bolton host Chorley with a single point between them.

Crawley Wasps are chasing a tenth win on the spin in South East Division 1 with fourth-placed Orient their visitors, while Ipswich are three points better off than Cambridge United.

Keynsham will take back the South West Division 1 top spot if they win at Southampton Saints, third-placed Cheltenham have home advantage over Larkhall, with Buckland hosting a Maidenhead side with a solitary point to their name.

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