There was an eyebrow-raising outcome when Arsenal and Chelsea last met, the result this Sunday could be just as important in the title race with the Gunners only two points clear and the Blues resurgent.
Sunday 13 January
Arsenal v Chelsea (Boreham Wood FC, 12.30) – live on BT Sport 1 and 4K UHD
Birmingham City v Bristol City (Solihull Moors FC, 2pm) – live on FAWSL Facebook
Brighton & Hove Albion v Everton (Crawley Town FC, 2pm)
West Ham United v Manchester City (Rush Green Stadium, 3pm)
Yeovil Town v Liverpool (Dorchester Town FC, 3pm)
Durham v Aston Villa (Durham City FC, 12:00)
Tottenham Hotspur v Lewes (Cheshunt FC. 1pm)
Charlton Athletic v Manchester United (VCD Athletic, 2pm)
Leicester City WFC v Millwall Lionesses (Quorn FC, 2pm)
London Bees v Crystal Palace (Barnet FC, 2pm)
Arsenal thrashed Chelsea on their own ground earlier in the season but the Blues now face a Gunners side that has had to come from behind to win each of their last three matches.
Second-placed Manchester City visit West Ham whom they thrashed 7-1 back in October. Hammers’ defender Brooke Hendrix has been charged by the FA after an incident in their midweek match at Manchester United.
Birmingham City are level on points with third-placed Chelsea ahead of hosting Bristol City, whom they defeated 1-0 away in the league but were held 0-0 at home by in the Conti Cup.
Brighton leapfrogged Everton with their second win of the campaign at Liverpool last Sunday and they entertain the Toffees this weekend. Goals look likely, with the teams having shared six in their earlier meeting.
Yeovil Town are two points adrift at the bottom and take on Liverpool who have not won since 21st October. A week before that, the Reds were narrow 2-1 winners over the Glovers.
Charlton host another promotion ‘six-pointer’, this time with Manchester United whom they are just two points behind but lost 3-0 away to.
Second in the table Tottenham take on Lewes looking to complete a double after a 3-1 victory in Sussex.
Fourth-placed Durham finished goalless at Aston Villa in the first half of the season but this time play on their own turf.
Mid-table Leicester meet basement side Millwall, the Foxes edged the Lionesses 2-1 at Dartford.
There’s a London derby between the Bees and Palace, the latter scored the only goal of their clash at Bromley.