FAWNL: Oxford United Women on course for pole position

oxford united's hannah mackenzie
Oxford United’s Hannah Mackenzie. (Photo: Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Midweek matches offer Oxford United a chance to go top of the FA Women’s National League Southern Premier Division.

Oxford United have the chance to take the Southern Premier top spot from Ipswich Town on Wednesday, when visiting a Hounslow side who have suffered 14 straight league defeats this season. In the same division, Portsmouth play seventh-placed Crawley Wasps whom they trail by a single point.

Division 1 South East leaders Hashtag United are at London Seaward, second-placed Billericay host basement side Kent Football United. It’s fourth versus fifth as AFC Wimbledon entertain QPR at Plough Lane, Cambridge United host Cambridge City whom they lead by five points, while relegation-threatened Stevenage and Harlow go head-to-head on Tuesday.

Brighouse and Huddersfield clash in a local derby, with the winners facing a League Cup semi-final trip to Liverpool Feds.

Tuesday 15 February

Division 1 South East

Stevenage v Harlow Town (Hertfordshire FA County Ground, 7.45pm)

Wednesday 16 February (7.45pm)

Southern Premier

Hounslow v Oxford United (Hanworth Villa FC)
Portsmouth v Crawley Wasps (Havant & Waterlooville FC)

Division 1 South East

AFC Wimbledon v Queens Park Rangers (AFC Wimbledon)
Billericay Town v Kent Football United (Billericay Town FC)
Cambridge United v Cambridge City (St Neots Town FC)
London Seaward v Hashtag United (Mile End Stadium)

League Cup Quarter-Final

Brighouse Town v Huddersfield Town (Brighouse Town AFC)

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