#FAWSL: Opportunity for Arsenal Women to open up four-point lead

Arsenal play their game in hand on Manchester City at home to Everton as they bid to extend their lead, with the title rivals still to meet in London on the final day. 

Saturday 20 April

FA WSL

Reading v Brighton & Hove Albion (Reading FC, 1pm)

FA WC

Manchester United v Crystal Palace (Leigh Sports Village, 12:00) – Live on MUTV
Sheffield United v London Bees (Olympic Legacy Park, 5pm)

Sunday 21 April

FA WSL

Arsenal v Everton (Boreham Wood FC, 12:30) – live on BBC Red Button
Liverpool v Bristol City (Tranmere Rovers FC, 2pm)
West Ham United v Birmingham City (Rush Green Stadium. 3pm) – Live on FAWSL Facebook

FA WC

Durham v Millwall Lionesses (New Ferens Park, 12:00)
Charlton Athletic v Tottenham Hotspur (VCD Athletic, 2pm)
Aston Villa v Lewes (Boldmere St.Michaels FC, 3pm)

Chelsea are otherwise engaged in a UEFA Women’s Champions League Semi-Final 1st Leg tie at holders Lyon, with the game live on Chelsea TV at 4pm on Sunday.

Reading welcome Brighton to the Madejski Stadium on Saturday, while other top tier games on Sunday see Liverpool take on Bristol City and SSE WFA Cup finalists West Ham face third-placed Birmingham City.

A full FAWC programme begins on Saturday with Manchester United looking to seal the title with a win in the noon kick off against Crystal Palace, before it’s fifth versus sixth as Sheffield United play London Bees at 5pm.

Spurs cross the capital to battle promotion rivals Charlton, over whom they hold a four-point advantage with three games left.

Durham have a similar gap to make up beginning with a home match with Millwall, while elsewhere Aston Villa go up against Lewes.