A full weekend of live-streamed matches in the Barclays FA WSL and FA Women’s Championship includes games at Old Trafford and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Saturday 27 March
Barclays FA WSL
Manchester United v West Ham United (11:30am) – live on The FA Player / MUTV)
Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal (3:30pm) – live on The FA Player
Manchester City v Reading (5:30pm) – live on BBC Red Button / BBC iPlayer / The FA Player
Sunday 28 March
Barclays FA WSL
Brighton & Hove Albion v Everton (12:30pm) – live on The FA Player
Chelsea v Aston Villa (2:30pm) – live on BT Sport 3
Birmingham City v Bristol City (4pm) – live on The FA Player
Durham v Sheffield United (12pm) – live on The FA Player
Leicester City v Coventry United (1pm) – live on The FA Player
Lewes v London Bees (2:30pm) – live on The FA Player
London City Lionesses v Charlton Athletic (4:30pm) – live on The FA Player
Liverpool v Blackburn Rovers (6:30pm) – live on The FA Player / LFCTV
League leaders Chelsea host Aston Villa who are just one point off the bottom, while second-placed Manchester City look to respond to their Champions League loss at home to Reading.
Manchester United make their Old Trafford debut with basement side West Ham the visitors and Arsenal – now within striking distance on the third European place – have a north London derby at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Brighton have won their last four games ahead of the visit of Everton, Birmingham City have a relegation ‘six-pointer’ with Bristol City, who have won their two most recent meetings 1-0.
Leicester City hold pole position in the Championship as they prepare to play a Coventry side two points above last place, second-placed Durham are three points behind the leaders from a game more with Sheffield United their visitors.
Liverpool in third welcome Blackburn, mid-table Lewes are home to lowly London Bees and Charlton Athletic go to London City Lionesses for their second capital clash in three days.