#FAWNL: Oxford United Women’s leadership faces three-pronged attack

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Photo: John Shirras

Portsmouth, Watford and MK Dons all have an opportunity to take over at the top of The FA Women’s National League Southern Premier.

FA WNL fixtures * for Sunday 1 November (2pm)

 * Check clubs’ social media channels for details of spectator access.

NORTHERN PREMIER

Derby County v Burnley (Mickleover Sports Club)
Huddersfield Town v West Bromwich Albion (Shelley CFC)
Hull City v Sheffield FC (North Ferriby FC)
Loughborough Foxes v Middlesbrough (Holywell Sports Complex)
Stoke City v Fylde (Norton Cricket Club & MWI)
Sunderland v Nottingham Forest (Academy of Light)

SOUTHERN PREMIER

Chichester & Selsey v Hounslow (Selsey FC)
Crawley Wasps v Portsmouth (Horley Town FC)
Milton Keynes Dons v Keynsham Town (Stadium MK)
Watford v Plymouth Argyle (Kings Langley FC, 3pm)

DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS

Bedworth United v Burton Albion (Bedworth Utd FC)

Fylde are goal-difference in front of Huddersfield Town ahead of Sunday’s Northern Premier Division games, away to Stoke City while the Terriers host West Brom.

Third-placed Nottingham Forest are at Sunderland, it’s fifth versus seventh with Derby County taking on Burnley.

The bottom four play amongst themselves, with an all-Yorkshire clash between Hull City and Sheffield FC, Loughborough Foxes looking for a first win when welcoming Middlesbrough.

With Southern Premier Division leaders Oxford United not playing, Portsmouth, Watford and MK Dons all have an opportunity to take over at the top.

Pompey are at fifth-placed Crawley Wasps, Watford play a Plymouth Argyle side who are still to get off the mark and the Dons have Keynsham at home.

Chichester & Selsey have home advantage over Hounslow who have lost all six games to date.

Due to FA Cup commitments, there’s only one Division 1 match, where Bedworth United and Burton Albion both battle for a second win of the campaign.

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