Aston Villa and Chelsea kick-off the weekend action in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League on Saturday lunchtime, Spurs and Manchester United then start Sunday’s games.
Chelsea have the chance to go level on points with leaders Arsenal at mid-table Aston Villa, before the Gunners welcome West Ham on Sunday evening.
There’s a first WSL experience for new Everton boss Jean-Luc Vasseur as they host Brighton, as things stand it’s fourth versus third as Spurs tackle Manchester United, Birmingham City face Reading in something of a ‘six-pointer’ in the bottom three, while basement side Leicester City are up against Manchester City. The Foxes’ Hannah Cain is out for the rest of the season, having ruptured her ACL in a behind-closed-doors friendly just days after her senior debut for Wales.
There doesn’t seem to be any words that can explain this feeling right now.
It’s a very lonely place. One I am hoping I can come back from and be thriving once again- Thankyou all for the messages and support.
I will see you all soon 💔🦊🏴 pic.twitter.com/esKoPrNBL1
— Hannah Cain (@Hannahjadecain) November 4, 2021
Crystal Palace have home advantage over Championship leaders Durham, Liverpool could go top if they overcome Blackburn. Fofth plays third as Sunderland entertain London City Lionesses, Watford go to Lewes still searching for a first win and Coventry are also without a victory as they prepare to face Bristol City in a Monday evening fixture.
Saturday 6 November
Barclays FA WSL
Aston Villa v Chelsea (Walsall FC, 12:30pm) – live on The FA Player
Everton v Brighton & Hove Albion (Walton Hall Park, 5.30pm) – live on The FA Player
Sunday 7 November (2pm)
Barclays FA WSL
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United (Barnet FC, 12:15pm) – live on BBC Two/BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport Website
Birmingham City v Reading (Birmingham City FC)- live on The FA Player
Leicester City v Manchester City (Leicester City FC) – live on The FA Player
Arsenal v West Ham United (Boreham Wood FC, 6.45pm) – live on Sky Sports Football/Sky Sports Premier League
FA Women’s Championship
Crystal Palace v Durham (Bromley FC)
Lewes v Watford (Lewes FC)
Liverpool v Blackburn Rovers (Tranmere Rovers FC)
Sunderland v London City Lionesses (Eppleton CW FC)
Coventry United v Bristol City (Mon 8 Nov – Butts Park Arena, 7.45pm) – live on The FA Player