#FAWNL: Stoke City Women host Northern Premier leaders

Stoke City prepare for leaders
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Third-placed Stoke City host unbeaten FA Women’s National League Northern Premier leaders Sunderland, while Southern games feature the Dockyard derby.

FA WNL – Sunday 3 November (2pm)

NORTHERN PREMIER

Burnley v Hull City (Padiham FC)
Fylde v West Bromwich Albion (Mill Farm Sports Village)
Stoke City v Sunderland (Norton CC & MWI)

SOUTHERN PREMIER

Chichester City v Watford (Chichester City FC)
Hounslow v Keynsham Town (Uxbridge FC)
Portsmouth v Plymouth Argyle (Baffins Milton Rovers FC)

DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS

Sporting Khalsa v Lincoln City (Sporting Khalsa FC)
The New Saints v Leafield Athletic (TNS FC)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Long Eaton United (AFC Wulfrunians)

DIVISION 1 NORTH

Bolton Wanderers v Newcastle United (Atherton Collieries FC)
Brighouse Town v Chester le Street Town (Brighouse Town FC)

DIVISION 1 SOUTH EAST

Enfield Town v Ipswich Town (Enfield Town FC)
Kent Football United v Actonians (Glentworth Sports Club)

DIVISION 1 SOUTH WEST

Buckland Athletic v Swindon Town (Buckland AThletic FC)
Southampton FC v Larkhall Athletic (AFC Totton)

LEAGUE PLATE 1ST ROUND

Leeds United v Bradford City (Eccleshill Utd FC)
Brislington v AFC Wimbledon (Brislington Stadium)
Oxford United v Norwich City (Oxford City FC)

Burnley are also undefeated in the Northern Premier and home to Hull City, while Fylde face West Brom.

Watford will go top again in the Southern Premier with a win at Chichester, Pompey play third-placed Plymouth and Housnlow host Keynsham with only four points gained between them.

It’s first versus second in Division 1 Midlands with Wolves home to Long Eaton, Brighouse Town will be within a point of North leaders Barnsley if they defeat Chester le Street.

Ipswich Town will top the South East with only a draw but have a tricky fixture at Enfield Town and Southampton FC will look to extend their South West leadership against Larkhall.

Leeds United have a Yorkshire derby with Bradford City, Brislington welcome Wimbledon and Norwich City have a testing tie at Oxford United.

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