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Bristol City and Liverpool get the weekend fixtures underway on Saturday afternoon, then on Sunday lunchtime it’s bottom versus top as Everton entertain Arsenal.

Saturday 17 November


Bristol City v Liverpool (Stoke Gifford Stadium, 3pm) – live on BT Sport 1 

Sunday 18 November (2pm)


Everton v Arsenal (Southport FC, 12.30) – live on BBC Red Button / BBC Sport
Birmingham City v West Ham United (Solihull Moors FC)
Brighton & Hove Albion v Reading (Crawley Town FC)
Chelsea v Yeovil Town (Kingsmeadow Stadium) – live on FA WSL Facebook


Millwall Lionesses v Durham (Dartford FC, 12:00)
Tottenham Hotspur v Charlton Athletic (Cheshunt FC, 1pm)
Crystal Palace v Manchester United (Bromley FC)
Lewes v Aston Villa (Lewes FC)
London Bees v Sheffield United (Barnet FC)

Everton are the top flight’s lowest scorers and without a win as they prepare to host leaders Arsenal, who have a 100% record and are the most prolific in front of goal.

Third-placed Birmingham City are one goal ahead of Chelsea and welcome West Ham, while the Blues entertain Yeovil Town.

Bristol City face mid-table Liverpool on Saturday, with the Vixens just a point behind their visitors.

Brighton look for a second win of the campaign when taking on Reading.

FA Women’s Championship leaders Spurs look to bounce back from their first defeat but have a London derby at home to Charlton Athletic, who have also just been beaten once.

A draw in the 1pm kick off would give Manchester United the chance to regain the leadership, Casey Stoney’s side going to next-to-bottom Crystal Palace.

Unbeaten Durham are at Millwall for a noon start, the Lionesses having lost six of seven games so far.

London Bees and Sheffield United go head-to-head with the sides scoring exactly a goal per game each, Lewes play Aston Villa and the pair have conceded 40 goals between them.

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