#FAWSL : Opportunity for Birmingham City Ladies to go top

With WSL leaders Arsenal not playing, Birmingham City – who have yet to concede a goal – will go top if they avoid defeat at home to third-placed Manchester City.

Sunday 30 September (2pm)

FA WSL

Birmingham City v Manchester City (Solihull Moors FC, 12.30) – live on BBC Red Button
Chelsea v Brighton & Hove Albion (Kingsmeadow Stadium) – BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Liverpool v Reading (Tranmere Rovers FC) – live stream on FAWSL Facebook
Bristol City v Everton (Stoke Gifford Stadium, 3pm)
West Ham United v Yeovil Town (Rush Green Stadium, 3pm)

FA WC
Manchester United v Durham (Leigh Sports Village, 12:00)
Charlton Athletic v Lewes (VCD Athletic)
Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur (Bromley FC)
Leicester City WFC v London Bees (Quorn FC)
Sheffield United v Aston Villa (Sheffield Utd FC)

While Manchester City go in search of a positive result after getting knocked out of Europe, Chelsea – who did successfully reach the UWCL last 16 – aim for goals at home to Brighton but neither side has yet scored in the league.

Liverpool take on Reading at Tranmere Rovers, with the managerless Reds buoyed by a first win last weekend.

Unbeaten Bristol City entertain Everton in a 3pm start, while West Ham welcome Yeovil in the other later kick off.

Manchester United bid to make it four straight wins in the Championship with a noon kick off against Durham. Lewes have made a similarly good beginning but this will be tested at fourth-placed Charlton Athletic.

Crystal Palace have a London derby with Spurs, who have won both games to date, Leicester have just a goal-difference lead in mid-table on visitors London Bees.

Something must give as Sheffield United and Aston Villa go head-to-head without a point between them, the Blades having the bonus of playing at Bramall Lane on this occasion.

Would you like to read more women’s football news just like this? Sign up to receive the She Kicks Women’s Football newsletter