There are home games for the top two with Manchester City and Arsenal up against Everton and Yeovil Town respectively, while Reading’s clash with West Ham is at the Madejski Stadium.
Wednesday 20 February (7.30pm)
Manchester City v Everton (Academy Stadium, 7pm)
Arsenal v Yeovil Town (Boreham Wood FC)
Chelsea v Bristol City (Kingsmeadow Stadium)
Reading v West Ham United (Reading FC)
Brighton & Hove Albion v Birmingham City (Crawley Town FC, 7.45)
Sheffield United v Manchester United (Olympic Legacy Park, 7pm)
Aston Villa v Charlton Athletic (Boldmere St Michaels FC)
Millwall Lionesses v London Bees (Dartford FC)
Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City WFC (Cheshunt FC, 7.45)
Thursday 21 February
Crystal Palace v Lewes (Bromley FC, 8pm)
Manchester City defend top spot when entertaining Everton, with Arsenal – who are just two points behind and with as many games in hand – having a home match against basement side Yeovil Town.
Chelsea take on Bristol City after the pair’s contrasting SSE WFA Cup results on Sunday, Birmingham head to Brighton and Reading welcome West Ham to the Madejski Stadium.
FA Women’s Championship leaders Tottenham Hotspur take on Leicester City, while second-placed Manchester United visit Sheffield United.
After their dramatic cup progress at the weekend, Aston Villa face promotion-hopefuls Charlton Athletic, Millwall Lionesses still search for a first league win of the season in hosting London Bees, while Thursday’s sole fixture has Crystal Palace with home advantage over Lewes.