#FAWSL: Christmas table-toppers to be decided

Bristol City celebrate Ebony Salmon's goal that beat Manchester United
Ebony Salmon’s goal gave Bristol City victory at Manchester United last season. (Photo: Paul Currie for The FA)

Barclays FA Women’s Super League and Championship fixtures are mostly back behind closed doors for the final match day of 2020 but all are available to watch on screen.

Sunday 20 December (2pm)

Barclays FA WSL

Manchester United v Bristol City (12:00) – MUTV / The FA Player
Arsenal v Everton (12:30) – BBC Red Button / BBC iPlayer / The FA Player
Birmingham City v Manchester City – The FA Player
Chelsea P-P Tottenham Hotspur (positive Covid tests)
Brighton & Hove Albion v Reading (Crawley Town FC, 2.30pm) – BT Sport 1
West Ham United P-P Aston Villa (positive Covid tests)
FA Women’s Championship
Blackburn Rovers v Leicester City – The FA Player
Durham v Liverpool (12:00) – Facebook *
Crystal Palace P-P Charlton Athletic (positive Covid tests)
London Bees v Coventry UnitedYouTube  *
Sheffield United v London City Lionesses (Chesterfield FC) *
* Available after full-time on The FA Player

Manchester United would hope to remain top for Christmas with the leaders hosting basement side Bristol City, although the Robins did pull off a 1-0 win at Leigh Village last season.

It’s third versus fifth as Arsenal entertain Everton, whom they have defeated in all their nine WSL meetings.

Birmingham City take on a Manchester City side that have found the net in 19 of their last 20 league games.

Reading are two points ahead of hosts Brighton, who are looking to end a run of three home defeats in which they failed to score.

Leicester City lead the Championship table by one point ahead of a tricky trip to Blackburn Rovers, where any slip up would allow Durham or Liverpool to go into the new year in pole position, with those two title-chasers clashing in a noon kick-off.

Fourth-placed Sheffield United face London City Lionesses, while London Bees go head-to-head with Coventry United with both just a point off the bottom.

#ContiCup: Draw for the quarter-finals to be made tomorrow

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