MK Dons and Stoke City face a FA Women’s National League Cup semi-final tie, with the winners set to play either Sunderland or Southampton FC in the final.
FA WNL fixtures – Sunday 16 February (2pm)
Burnley v Middlesbrough (Padiham FC)
Derby County v Sheffield FC (Mickleover Sports Club)
Fylde v Huddersfield Town (Mill Farm Sports Village)
Hounslow v Gillingham (Uxbridge FC)
DIVISION 1 MIDLANDS
Leafield Athletic v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Dickens Heath Sports Club)
Solihull Moors v Long Eaton United (The Beehive, 3pm)
DIVISION 1 NORTH
Bolton Wanderers v Barnsley (Atherton Collieries FC)
Chorley v Brighouse Town (Croston Sports Club)
DIVISION 1 SOUTH WEST
Buckland Athletic v Chesham United (Buckland Athletic FC)
Exeter City v Southampton FC (Cullompton FC)
Poole Town v Maidenhead United (Dorset FA County Ground)
Swindon Town v Southampton Women’s (Foundation Park 3G)
LEAGUE CUP SEMI-FINAL
Milton Keynes Dons v Stoke City (Stadium MK)
LEAGUE PLATE QUARTER-FINAL
Chichester City v Watford (Front Lawn Community Hub, 3pm)
Many FA WNL sides have County Cup ties this Sunday, click here for the fixtures.
There is a League Cup final place at stake as ninth-placed Southern Premier side MK Dons host Stoke City, who sit fifth in the Northern Premier.
Chichester City tackle title-chasing Watford in the Plate, with the winners travelling to Middlesbrough in the semi-finals.
Derby County can cut Sunderland’s Northern Premier lead in half when hosting basement side Sheffield FC, Burnley will go third if they manage to beat Middlesbrough, while mid-table Huddersfield Town are at Fylde.
The only Southern Premier fixture sees Hounslow again attempt to secure a first win with Gillingham their visitors.
Leafield Athletic and Doncaster Rovers Belles are level on points ahead of their Division 1 Midlands meeting, Solihull Moors desperate for points as they entertain Long Eaton United.
Barnsley can increase their Division 1 North lead at Bolton Wanderers, fourth-placed Brighouse Town have games in hand on all those above them as they head to next-to-bottom Chorley.
Exeter City and Division 1 South West leaders Southampton FC clash with each having won all but one of their games. Swindon Town welcome second-placed Southampton Women to the changed venue of Foundation Park.