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)
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)
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.