Crawley Wasps bid to return to the top of the FA Women’s National League Southern Premier when home to Cardiff City Ladies this Sunday.
FA WNL fixtures – Sunday 26 January (2pm)
Fylde v Hull City (Mill Farm Sports Village)
Loughborough Foxes v West Bromwich Albion (Holywell Sports Complex)
Crawley Wasps v Cardiff City LFC (East Grinstead Town FC)
Portsmouth v Gillingham (Baffins Milton Rovers FC)
DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS
Doncaster Rovers Belles v Burton Albion (Rossington Main FC)
Leicester United v Solihull Moors (Holwell Sports FC)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Long Eaton United (AFC Wulfrunians)
DIVISION 1 NORTH
Chorley v Durham Cestria (Croston Sports Club)
Liverpool Feds v Chester le Street Town (South Liverpool Football Hub)
Newcastle United v Bradford City (Druid Park)
DIVISION 1 SOUTH EAST
Cambridge United v AFC Wimbledon (St Neots FC)
DIVISION 1 SOUTH WEST
Cheltenham Town v Buckland Athletic (Cheltenham Saracens FC)
Exeter City Maidenhead United (Cullompton Rangers FC)
Poole Town v Brislington (New Milton Town FC)
LEAGUE PLATE QUARTER-FINALS
Middlesbrough v Nottingham Forest (Billingham Town FC, 1pm)
Plymouth Argyle v Stevenage (Manadon Sports Hub)
Four of the Northern Premier’s bottom five play among themselves, with Fylde facing Hull City and Loughborough Foxes welcoming West Brom.
It’s second versus third in the Southern Premier and Crawley Wasps will go top if they avoid defeat against Cardiff City Ladies. Portsmouth play Gillingham whom they lead by a single point but from two games fewer.
Wolves lead Division 1 Midlands by six points ahead of hosting mid-table Long Eaton United, Liverpool Feds will go third in the North if they beat Chester le Street, victory for AFC Wimbledon at Cambridge United would send the Dons to the South East summit, while both Cheltenham Town and Exeter City have the chance to gain ground on the South West’s top two.
Plate semi-final berths are up or grabs as Middlesbrough meet Nottingham Forest and Plymouth Argyle play lower division opponents in Stevenage.