Arsenal take their perfect form and six-point advantage to Manchester City, who themselves are also unbeaten in the FAWSL.
Sunday 2nd December (2pm)
Everton v Liverpool (Southport FC, 12:00) – live on FA WSL Facebook
Manchester City v Arsenal (Academy Stadium, 12:30) – live on BBC Sport & Red Button
Birmingham City v Yeovil Town (Solihull Moors FC)
Brighton & Hove Albion v West Ham United (Crawley Town FC)
Chelsea v Reading (Kingsmeadow Stadium)
Tottenham Hotspur v Durham (Cheshunt FC, 1pm)
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa (Bromley FC)
Leicester City WFC v Charlton Athletic (Quorn FC)
Lewes v Manchester United (Lewes FC)
Millwall Lionesses v Sheffield United (Dartford FC)
Manchester City need to make home advantage pay against Arsenal, as another win for the Gunners would put them nine points clear with ten games to go.
Everton are still chasing their first win and for them there would be no better way to achieve that than at home to Liverpool.
Chelsea have home advantage over Reading, who are one point and one place above the Blues in fourth.
Third-placed Birmingham City entertain Yeovil, Brighton hope to add to their four points when welcoming West Ham.
Lewes go up against Championship leaders Manchester United and second-placed Spurs take on Durham with the pair only having lost once each.
Leicester City tackle third in the table Charlton Athletic on the back of ending Durham’s unbeaten run.
Crystal Palace play Aston Villa with the latter two points better off, while basement side Millwall are home to mid-table Sheffield United.