Manchester City look to exact swift revenge on Arsenal in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League just four days after losing to the Gunners in the Conti Cup.
Fixtures for Sunday 2 February (2pm)
FA WSL (all live on The FA Player)
Liverpool v Birmingham City (Tranmere Rovers FC, 12:00)
Brighton & Hove Albion v Everton (Crawley Town FC)
Chelsea v West Ham United (Kingsmeadow Stadium)
Manchester City v Arsenal (Academy Stadium)
Reading v Manchester United (Wycombe Wanderers FC)
Tottenham Hotspur v Bristol City (Barnet FC)
FA Women’s Championship
Blackburn Rovers v Durham (Bamber Bridge FC) – live on The FA Player
Leicester City v Lewes (Quorn FC)
London City Lionesses v Coventry United (Dartford FC)
Aston Villa v Charlton Athletic (Boldmere St Michaels FC, 3pm)
FA Women’s Cup 4th Round
Crystal Palace v Southampton Women’s FC (Romsey Town FC, 1pm)
Manchester City are home to Arsenal this time though and lead the table with a goal-difference just one better than that of the Gunners. Chelsea are a point behind the leading pair but with a game in hand, as they prepare to welcome West Ham for a London derby.
Reading meet fourth-placed Manchester United whom they trail by a point, fifth-placed Everton go to Brighton who are three points and as many places off the bottom.
Basement side Bristol City head to Spurs after the mid-day clash of Liverpool versus Birmingham City, with the Reds only goal-difference off the foot of the table and the Blues a single point better off.
It’s top versus bottom in the Championship, with unbeaten Aston Villa entertaining draw specialists Charlton Athletic who have yet to win.
Durham will go third if they manage to take all three points at Blackburn Rovers, mid-table Leicester City are two points ahead of visitors Lewes and London City Lionesses take on Coventry United who lost defender Jodie Bartle to Celtic in midweek.
Crystal Palace’s match at Sheffield United is postponed as the Eagles have to replay their FA Cup tie with fourth tier Southampton Women’s FC.