Third faces first in FA WNL Northern and Southern Premier Divisions

Newcastle United v Burnley, FA Women's National League
Burnley held Newcastle United 0-0 at home in October. (Photo: Colin Lock)

More testing games for the FA Women’s National League Northern and Southern Premier leaders see Newcastle go to Burnley and Portsmouth head to Oxford.

Burnley have a crucial clash with Northern Premier leaders Newcastle United whom they trail by eight points with two games in hand, Southern top team Portsmouth hold a similar advantage over hosts Oxford United but from the same number of matches. Second-placed Hashtag United are three points behind Pompey and away to bottom-of-the-table London Bees. Rugby Borough could go third if they win at Plymouth, Chatham chase a first win against Cardiff City Ladies who are just the other side of the dotted line.

Loughborough Lightning are only goal-difference ahead of Boldmere at the top of Division 1 Midlands and facing a tricky trip to fourth-placed Sporting Khalsa, while the Mikes meet Lincoln City. Peterborough United trail the top two by three points and are home to Leek Town.

New Division 1 North leaders Middlesbrough entertain former top team Barnsley WFC, holding a three-point advantage over them as do Hull City who host Stockport. FC United tackle fourth-placed Durham Cestria, who are three points better off than Leeds before their home game with Chorley.

FA Women's National League: Chorley v Leeds United
Chorley drew 1-1 with Leeds United in September. (Photo: John Shirras)

Division 1 South leaders AFC Wimbledon are at Chesham, unbeaten Norwich City visit Haywards Heath and third-placed Worthing welcome fourth-in-the-table QPR.

Both AFC Bournemouth and Exeter City have only dropped two points in Division 1 South West, with the Cherries next hosting Torquay and the Grecians on the road at fourth-placed Moneyfields.

Sunday 11 February (2pm)


Burnley v Newcastle United (Lancashire County FA Ground)
Derby County v Huddersfield Town (Mickleover Sports Club)
Halifax v West Bromwich Albion (Liversedge FC)
Liverpool Feds v AFC Fylde (Jericho Lane)
Stoke City v Stourbridge (Norton CC & MWI)


Billericay Town v Milton Keynes Dons (Billericay Town FC)
Cheltenham Town v Ipswich Town (Bishops Cleeve FC)
London Bees v Hashtag United (The Hive 3G)
Oxford United v Portsmouth (Oxford City FC)
Plymouth Argyle v Rugby Borough (Torpoint Athletic FC)
Chatham Town v Cardiff City LFC (Chatham Town FC)


Boldmere St Michaels v Lincoln City (Boldmere St Michaels FC)
Leafield Athletic v Notts County (Castle Vale Stadium)
Peterborough United v Leek Town (Bourne Town FC)
Sheffield FC v Northampton Town (Sheffield FC)
Sporting Khalsa v Loughborough Lightning (Sporting Khalsa FC)
Sutton Coldfield Town v Solihull Moors (Sutton Coldfield Town FC)


Doncaster Rovers Belles v Norton & Stockton Ancients (Moorends Miners Welfare)
FC United of Manchester v Durham Cestria (FC United)
Hull City v Stockport County (Barton Town FC)
Leeds United v Chorley (Garforth Town AFC)
Middlesbrough v Barnsley WFC (Stockton Town FC)
York City v Chester le Street Town (University of York Sports Centre)


AFC Sudbury v London Seaward (AFC Sudbury)
Actonians v Cambridge United (Rectory Park, Middlesex FA)
Cambridge City v Ashford Town (Haverhill Rovers FC)
Chesham United v AFC Wimbledon (Chesham Utd FC)
Haywards Heath Town v Norwich City (Haywards Heath Town FC)
Worthing v Queens Park Rangers (Worthing FC)


AFC Bournemouth v Torquay United (Ringwood Town FC)
Abingdon United v Southampton Women (Abingdon Utd FC)
Maidenhead United v Bridgwater United (Maidenhead Utd FC)
Moneyfields v Exeter City (Moneyfields Sports & Social Club, 3pm)
Selsey v Keynsham Town (Selsey FC)

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