Lewes host a top of the table clash with Southern leaders Charlton Athletic, while East Midlands rivals Derby County and Nottingham Forest go head to head in the Northern Division.
Sunday 12th November (2pm)
FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE
Derby County v Nottingham Forest (Mickleover Sports)
Fylde v Leicester City (AFC Fylde)
Guiseley Vixens v Blackburn Rovers (Guiseley AFC)
Middlesbrough v Bradford City (Teesdale Park)
Stoke City v West Bromwich Albion (Norton United FC)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Huddersfield Town (Hednesford Town FC)
Gillingham v Portsmouth (Chatham Town FC)
C & K Basildon v Cardiff City LFC (Canvey Island FC)
Coventry United v West Ham United (Butts Park Arena)
Crystal Palace v Chichester City (Bromley FC)
Lewes v Charlton Athletic (Lewes FC)
MIDLANDS DIVISION 1
Birmingham & West Midlands v Burton Albion (The Vale Stadium)
Radcliffe Olympic v Leicester City LFC (The Recreation Ground)
Rotherham United v Solihull Moors (Roundwood Sports Club)
NORTHERN DIVISION 1
Morecambe v Barnsley (Lancaster & Morecambe College)
Mossley Hill Athletic v Leeds United (Mossley Hill Athletic Club)
SOUTH EAST DIVISION 1
Denham United v Actonians (The Den)
Haringey Borough v Norwich City (Haringey Borough FC)
SOUTH WEST DIVISION 1
Maidenhead United v St Nicholas (Maidenhead Utd FC)
Poole Town v Cheltenham Town (St Andrew’s FC)
Middlesbrough lead the Northern Division by 6 points from Leicester ahead of hosting Bradford, while City are at unbeaten Fylde. Blackburn – also yet to suffer defeat – go to Guiseley, an East Midlands derby sees Derby clash with Nottingham Forest, Stoke welcome West Brom and Wolves take on third-placed Huddersfield.
There’s a top of the table clash in the Southern, with Lewes home to leaders Charlton, while third-placed C & K Basildon entertain Cardiff. A top-half tussle has Crystal Palace hosting Chichester, Coventry sit between the pair and have home advantage over West Ham, with Gillingham playing a Portsmouth side one place above them.
Solihull Moors could go third in the Midlands if they avoid defeat at bottom side Rotherham but Burton also have the chance to do so by winning at Birmingham & West Midlands. Mid-table Radcliffe Olympic will look for a home win over Leicester City LFC, who like Rotherham, have still to register a point.
Morecambe will go level on points with the second and third-placed sides in Northern Division 1 with a victory over Barnsley. Mossley Hill meet Leeds in a basement clash, with the hosts not yet off the mark.
In the South East, there’s a West London derby between Denham and Actonians, with the latter 2 points better off. The last two sides in this division also go head to head, with hosts Haringey still chasing a first ever Premier League point and Norwich are their visitors.
Teams in the bottom half of the South West table meet, as Maidenhead welcome winless St Nicholas and Poole need only a point to go fifth when playing Cheltenham.