County Cup ties and the international break contribute to an abbreviated programme which includes a noon kick off between Plymouth Argyle and third-placed Southern Premier side Watford.
Sunday 20th January (2pm)
FA WOMEN’S NATIONAL LEAGUE
Bradford City v Derby County (Eccleshill Utd FC)
Middlesbrough v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Billingham Town FC)
Plymouth Argyle v Watford (Marjons, 12:00)
Oxford United v Queens Park Rangers (Oxford City FC)
MIDLANDS DIVISION 1
Bedworth United v The New Saints (Bedworth Utd FC)
Solihull Moors v Wolverhampton Wanderers (West Midland Sports & Social Club)
NORTHERN DIVISION 1
Chorley v Bolton Wanderers (Chorley FC)
SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1
Cambridge United v Leyton Orient (Mildenhall Town FC)
Denham United v Norwich City (The Den)
Ipswich Town v Actonians (Felixstowe & Walton FC)
SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1
Buckland Athletic v Cheltenham Town (Buckland Athletic FC)
The bottom two teams in the Northern Premier face mid-table opposition as Bradford battle to get off the mark against Derby and Doncaster go to Middlesbrough looking for a win that would take them out of the drop zone.
Plymouth and Watford are two of only three Southern Premier sides to not have drawn so far and they clash at the changed venue of Marjon Sport, while Oxford entertain a still winless QPR.
Wolves will cut West Brom’s lead in Midland Division 1 in half should they win at tenth-in-the-table Solihull and Bedworth would go third with just a point at home to TNS.
Chorley are home to Bolton with only a point between the sides sitting tenth and ninth in Northern Division 1, although Wanderers have played three games fewer.
Cambridge are up against third-placed Orient in South East Division 1, Ipswich have a visit from Actonians in fourth and Denham can get three points closer to safety by beating Norwich.
Cheltenham have a chance to gain ground on the top two in South West Division 1 when they head to Devon to take on Buckland.