Both Plymouth Argyle and Watford have the opportunity to go top of FA Women’s National League Southern Premier as leaders Crawley Wasps have a cup tie.
FAWNL fixtures – Sunday 20 October (2pm)
Hull City v West Bromwich Albion (North Ferriby FC)
Sheffield FC v Sunderland (Sheffield FC)
Cardiff City LFC v Plymouth Argyle (CCB Centre for Sporting Excellence)
Gillingham v Watford (Chatham Town FC)
DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS
Solihull Moors v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Solihull Moors FC, 3pm)
DIVISION 1 NORTH
Barnsley v Liverpool Feds (Barnsley FC Academy)
DIVISION 1 SOUTH EAST
AFC Basildon v Cambridge United (Canvey Island FC)
Kent Football United v Enfield Town (Glentworth Sports Club)
AFC Wimbledon v Norwich City (Carshalton Athletic FC, 2.45pm)
DIVISION 1 SOUTH WEST
Chesham United v Southampton Women’s (Chesham Utd FC)
LEAGUE CUP 1ST ROUND
Billericay Town v Cambridge City (Billericay Town FC)
Brighouse Town v Norton & Stockton Ancients (Brighouse Town FC)
Crawley Wasps v Actonians (East Grinstead Town FC)
Derby County v The New Saints (Mickleover Sports)
Larkhall Athletic v Southampton FC (Larkhall Athletic FC)
Leyton Orient v Portsmouth (Mile End Stadium)
LEAGUE PLATE 1ST ROUND
Bradford City v Leeds United (Eccleshill Utd FC)
Cheltenham Town v Poole Town (Cheltenham Saracens FC)
Ipswich Town v Stevenage (Felixstowe Walton FC)
Sporting Khalsa v Stockport County (Sporting Khlasa FC)
The Northern Premier’s bottom two continue to battle for points as Hull hope to get off the mark against West Brom, while Sheffield FC face leaders Sunderland.
Watford will be new leaders in the Southern Premier should they win at Gillingham but failure to do so will open up the chance for Plymouth, who have a slightly tougher fixture at Cardiff.
Wolves would hope to win at Solihull Moors and extend their advantage in Division 1 Midlands, Barnsley can do likewise at home to Liverpool Feds in the North but for Southampton Women’s to replace Southampton FC at the South West summit will require a five-goal victory at Chesham.
The Saints are otherwise engaged at Larkhall, being one of many sides playing cup ties postponed from last week. These feature promotion-hopefuls Orient hosting Southern Premier side Portsmouth and a West Yorkshire derby between Bradford and Leeds.