#FAWSL: Top of the table clash at Academy Stadium

Guro Reiten and Jill Scott
Chelsea were 2-1 winners over Manchester City at Kingsmeadow in December. (Photo: Chloe Knott for The FA)

Barclays FA Women’s Super League leaders Manchester City host Chelsea and Everton welcome Manchester United to their new Walton Hall Park home.

Fixtures for Sunday 23 February

FA WSL

Everton v Manchester United (Walton Hall Park, 12.30) *
Manchester City v Chelsea (Academy Stadium, 2pm) – live on BT Sport 2
Birmingham City v Bristol City (Solihull Moors FC, 2pm) *
Brighton & Hove Albion v Tottenham Hotspur (Crawley Town FC, 2pm) *
West Ham United v Liverpool (Rush Green Stadium, 3pm) *

FA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP

London Bees v Durham (Barnet FC, 12:00) *
Sheffield United v Blackburn Rovers (Chesterfield FC, 1pm)
Leicester City v Charlton Athletic (Quorn FC, 2pm)
London City Lionesses v Crystal Palace (Dartford FC, 2pm)
Aston Villa v Coventry United (Boldmere St Michaels FC, 3pm)

WOMEN’S FA CUP 5TH ROUND

Arsenal v Lewes (Boreham Wood FC, 1pm)

* live on The FA Player

Manchester City will look to avenge their pre-Christmas loss to Chelsea as they hold a one-point lead at the top of the table but from a game more.

Both have the chance to move further clear of Arsenal, with the Gunners playing their delayed Women’s FA Cup tie with Lewes.

Sixth-placed Everton begin like at their new ground with a visit from Manchester United, who are one point better off than them in fifth.

Brighton are four points behind visitors Spurs, West Ham play relegation-threatened Liverpool, while Birmingham City and Bristol City – who are both also in danger of the drop – go head-to-head.

Aston Villa lead the Championship by five points and with a game in hand ahead of a visit from Coventry United, although second-placed Durham have an early kick off at London Bees.

Sheffield United are also in the promotion chase and hosting Blackburn Rovers, Leicester City would hope to build on their shock cup success over Reading when home to a winless Charlton Athletic, while there’s a capital clash as London City Lionesses take on Crystal Palace.

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