Northern title-chasers Blackburn Rovers go to Derby County and Coventry United clash with Southern leaders Crystal Palace, while Southampton WFC and Plymouth Argyle hope to continue their faultless form in South West Division 1.
Sunday 1st April (2pm)
FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE
Derby County v Blackburn Rovers (Mickleover Sports)
Fylde v Bradford City (Fylde FC)
Leicester City WFC v Wolverhampton Wanderers (Quorn FC)
Coventry United v Crystal Palace (Butts Park)
Portsmouth v Swindon Town (Bognor Regis Town FC)
NORTHERN DIVISION 1
Morecambe v Chester le Street Town (Lancaster & Morecambe College)
Mossley Hill Athletic v Hull City (Mossley Hill Athletic Club)
SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1
Ipswich Town v Enfield Town (Felixstowe & Walton FC)
SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1
Poole Town v Plymouth Argyle (St Andrew’s FC)
Southampton WFC v Maidenhead United (AFC Totton)
Firth-placed Blackburn Rovers continue their pursuit of Northern leaders Middlesbrough with one of their six games in hand, when they visit mid-table Derby County.
Fylde face a Bradford City side just two points beneath them, while Leicester City WFC in fourth welcome next-to-bottom Wolves.
Coventry United go into their home game with new Southern leaders Crystal Palace 19 points short of the Eagles but from 7 less.
Portsmouth play Swindon Town at the changed venue of Bognor Regis Town FC and the visitors will be condemned to a bottom-two finish if they come away without a point – which has been their experience all season to date.
Basement side Mossley Hill meet top of the table Hull City, who will stretch their lead in Northern Division 1 to 7 points with a victory, while Morecambe host Chester le Street Town, who are only goal-difference off the bottom.
Ipswich Town have the chance to go second in South East Division 1 with a win over Enfield Town.
Both the South West Division 1 teams with perfect record are in action, as leaders Southampton WFC meet Maidenhead United and Plymouth Argyle play Poole Town away, having won all their 9 games so far.