WSL leaders Arsenal host a London derby with West Ham, while second-placed Birmingham City are away to Reading.
Sunday 23 September (2pm)
Brighton & Hove Albion v Liverpool (Crawley Town FC, 12.15) – live on BT Sport / BT Sport 4K UHD
Arsenal v West Ham United (Boreham Wood FC) – live on Facebook/FAWSL
Everton v Chelsea (Southport FC) – live on BBC Red Button / BBC Sport Website
Manchester City v Bristol City (Academy Stadium)
Reading v Birmingham City (Wycombe Wanderers FC)
Durham v Charlton Athletic (Durham City FC, 12:00)
Tottenham Hotspur v Sheffield United (Cheshunt FC, 1pm)
Lewes v Leicester City WFC (Lewes FC)
London Bees v Manchester United (Barnet FC)
Millwall Lionesses v Crystal Palace (Dartford FC)
Brighton and Liverpool begin Sunday’s WSL action as both go after their first points of the campaign.
Leaders Arsenal hope for a third straight win but West Ham stand in their way in a London derby.
Birmingham City have the top flight’s other remaining 100% record and visit an unbeaten Reading.
Everton host Chelsea, the Toffees without a goal and a point, while the reigning champions have played out two goalless draws to date.
Manchester City meet Bristol City with both sides on four points and yet to concede a goal.
Durham and Charlton get the Championship games underway with a noon kick off, each side having one their opening match.
Top of the table Manchester United are away at London Bees, Lewes defend a perfect start at home to Leicester and the other side with back-to-back wins – Spurs – take on Sheffield United.
Millwall and Crystal Palace are in a capital clash and both the Lionesses and Eagles have still to get off the mark.