#FAWSL: Liverpool Women host North West Derby

Liverpool host North West derby
Liverpool and Manchester United clash this Sunday. (Photo: Jon Super for The FA)

Liverpool are back at the bottom of the Barclays FA Women’s Super League as they host Manchester United and there’s a top of the table clash in the FA WC.

Saturday 11 January

Manchester City v Everton (Academy Stadium, 5.30pm) – BT Sport 1

Sunday 12 January


Liverpool v Manchester United (Tranmere Rovers C, 12:00) – The FA Player
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal (Crawley Town FC, 12:30) – BBC Red Button / BBC iPlayer / The FA Player
Chelsea v Bristol City (Kingsmeadow, 2pm) – The FA Player
Reading v Birmingham City (Wycombe Wanderers FC, 2pm) – The FA Player
Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United (Barnet FC, 2pm) – The FA Player


Blackburn Rovers v Lewes (Bamber Bridge FC, 1pm) – The FA Player
Coventry United v Crystal Palace (Butts Park Arena, 2pm)
Durham v Leicester City (Durham City FC, 12:00)
London City Lionesses v London Bees (Dartford FC, 2pm)
Sheffield United v Aston Villa (Chesterfield FC, 2pm)

Manchester United will be looking to get back to winning ways after starting 2020 with a home defeat to Bristol City. That result sent Liverpool down into the relegation place and buoyed the Robins ahead of another tough test away to Chelsea.

Brighton are home to leaders Arsenal after a crucial win over Liverpool last week, Manchester City host Everton on Saturday and a win would put them above the Gunners, if only for a few hours.

West Ham will hope to avenge their London Stadium loss to Spurs and thereby overtake them on goal-difference, while Reading could rise into the top five if they defeat Birmingham City.

Aston Villa’s unbeaten record in the FA Womne’s Championship will be tested at Sheffield United, who stand to go top if they take all three points. Durham are a further three points back as they prepare to play Leicester City.

Blackburn Rovers are a point behind Lewes from a game fewer as they welcome the Sussex side, there’s a London derby between City Lionesses and the Bees, while Coventry United go into their game with Crystal Palace just goal-difference off the foot of the table.

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