Billericay Town, Doncaster Rovers Belles and Newcastle United look to increase pressure on FA Women’s National League divisional leaders.
Hull City are still in search of their first win as they welcome eighth-place West Brom, Middlesbrough meet a Stoke City side two points behind them in eleventh.
The only Southern Premier game sees Chichester & Selsey challenge ninth in the table Cardiff City Ladies, whom they trail by six points and two places.
Doncaster will go second in Division 1 Midlands of they avoid defeat at Wem Town, Norton take on third-placed Newcastle United in Division 1 North, Billericay Town will go level on points with South East leaders Hashtag United if they defeat Cambridge United.
Sunday 17 October (2pm)
Hull City v West Bromwich Albion (Haworth Park)
Middlesbrough v Stoke City (Billingham Town FC)
Chichester & Selsey v Cardiff City Ladies (Selsey FC)
Division 1 Midlands
Wem Town v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Butler Sports Centre)
Sporting Khalsa v Bedworth United (Sporting Khalsa FC, 2.30pm)
Division 1 North
Norton & Stockton Ancients v Newcastle United (Norton Sports Complex)
Division 1 South East
Billericay Town v Cambridge United (Billericay Town FC)
London Seaward v Enfield Town (Wadham Lodge)
Norwich City v Harlow Town (The Nest)
Many FAWNL sides have County Cup ties this Sunday, which can be found here.
#ContiCup: Durham Women earn point against Manchester United