#FAWNL: Sunday’s fixtures feature two big stadium games

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FA Women’s National League fixtures this weekend include Stoke City playing at the bet365 stadium and Swindon Town taking to the field at the County Ground.

Sunday 22 September (2pm)



Derby County v Fylde (Mickleover Sports FC)
Loughborough Foxes v Sheffield FC (Holywell Sports Complex)
Nottingham Forest v Huddersfield Town (Eastwood CFC)
Stoke City v Hull City (Stoke City FC)
West Bromwich Albion v Middlesbrough (Walsall Wood FC)


Cardiff City LFC v Milton Keynes Dons (CCB Centre for Sporting Excellence)
Gillingham v Chichester City (Chatham Town FC)
Hounslow v Plymouth Argyle (Uxbridge FC)
Keynsham Town v Crawley Wasps (Keynsham Town FC)
Portsmouth v Oxford United (Baffins Milton Rovers FC)
Watford v Yeovil Town (Kings Langley FC, 3pm)


Bedworth United v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Bedworth Utd FC)
Burton Albion v Long Eaton United (Rocester FC)
Leafield Athletic v Birmingham & West Midlands (Dickens Heath Sports Club)
Leicester United v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Melton Town FC)
Lincoln City v The New Saints (Lincoln Utd FC)
Solihull Moors v Sporting Khalsa (Studley Sports Centre, 3pm)


Barnsley v Chorley (Barnsley FC Academy)
Bradford City v Stockport County (Eccleshill Utd Sports Club)
Brighouse Town v Bolton Wanderers (Brighouse Town FC)
Chester le Street Town v Durham Cestria (Chester le Street Town FC)
Norton & Stockton Ancients v Liverpool Feds (Norton Teesside Sports Complex)
Leeds United v Newcastle United (LUFC Training Ground, 3pm)


AFC Wimbledon v Cambridge City (Carshalton Athletic FC)
Actonians v Leyton Orient (Rectory Park, Middlesex FA)
Cambridge United v Billericay Town (St Neots Town FC)
Enfield Town v AFC Basildon (Enfield Town FC)
Norwich City v Kent Football United (Norwich Utd FC)
Stevenage v Ipswich Town (County Ground, Letchworth)


Brislington v Exeter City (Brislington Stadium)
Larkhall Athletic v Chesham United (Larkhall Athletic FC)
Southampton FC v Cheltenham Town (AFC Totton)
Southampton Women’s v Buckland Athletic (Romsey Town FC)
Swindon Town v Poole Town (Swindon Town FC)


Sunderland v Burnley (Eppleton Colliery Welfare FC)

Stoke City's Alison Hall
Alison Hall got Stoke City’s winner at Loughborough Foxes last week, (Photo: @stokecityfc)

Huddersfield Town could regain the Northern Premier top spot but it would need a big win at Nottingham Forest to go any better than level on points with the leaders. Any slip up by the Terriers would see Stoke City go second should they beat Hull City.

Crawley Wasps are three points clear of a trio of sides in the Southern Premier – Plymouth Argyle, Watford and Cardiff City Ladies – ahead of their trip to Keynsham Town.

Only goal-difference separates the top three in Division 1 Midlands, top-of-the-table Wolves are at Bedworth United.

Two of Division 1 North’s three unbeaten sides meet, with leaders Brighouse Town entertaining Bolton Wanderers.

In Division 1 South East, Billericay Town have a three-point advantage at the top and are on the road at Cambridge United.

It;s first versus second in Division 1 South West with Southampton FC hosting Cheltenham Town.

A single League Cup tie sees Northern Premier leaders host third-placed Burnley, with both sides currently unbeaten.

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