There are three big stadium matches this weekend at St Andrews, Selhurst Park and the Amex, with the latter possibly seeing Arsenal crowned FA WSL champions.
Sunday 28 April (2pm)
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal (Amex Stadium, 12:15) – live on BT Sport 2
Birmingham City v Liverpool (St.Andrew’s Stadium) – live on FAWSL Facebook
Everton v Reading (Southport FC)
Manchester City v Yeovil Town (Academy Stadium) – live on FAWSL Facebook
Bristol City v West Ham United (Stoke Gifford Stadium, 3pm)
Lewes v Sheffield United (The Dripping Pan, 1pm)
Crystal Palace v Charlton Athletic (Selhurst Park)
Leicester City WFC v Durham (Quorn FC)
London Bees v Aston Villa (The Hive)
Millwall Lionesses v Manchester United (Dartford FC)
Arsenal will seal the FA WSL title should they win at Brighton, otherwise it will come down to a sell-out decider next month at home to Manchester City, who host Yeovil in their penultimate game.
Birmingham City will go third if the beat Liverpool at St.Andrew’s Stadium, Bristol City complete their season at home to West Ham and Everton entertain Reading.
Basement FAWC side Millwall meet champions Manchester United, Durham must avoid a loss to Leicester to take the battle for second place with Spurs down to the wire.
Crystal Palace take on South London rivals Charlton Athletic at Selhurst Park, Lewes host in-form Sheffield United and London Bees finish up against Aston Villa whom they trail on goal-difference.
Meanwhile, Chelsea’s UEFA Women’s Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg is live on the BBC Red Button at 2pm, with the Blues trailing 2-1 to holders Lyon.