Watch all Barclays #FAWSL fixtures on Women’s Football Weekend

Everton's Valerie Gauvin is out injured
Everton’s French striker Valerie Gauvin is out injured. (Photo: Chloe Knott for The FA)

The Women’s Football Weekend offers the opportunity to watch all six Barclays FA WSL fixtures, one after the other.

Saturday 14 November 

BARCLAYS FA WSL

Manchester United v Manchester City (12.30pm) – BT Sport 1 / BT Sport YouTube
Aston Villa v Birmingham City (2.30pm) – The FA Player
Everton v Reading (4.30pm) – BBC Red Button / BBC iPlayer / The FA Player)
Bristol City v Tottenham Hotspur (6.30pm) – The FA Player

Sunday 15 November

BARCLAYS FA WSL

West Ham United v Brighton & Hove Albion (12.30pm) – The FA Player
Arsenal v Chelsea (2.30pm) – BT Sport 1

FA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP (2pm)

Blackburn Rovers v Liverpool – LFCTV / The FA Player
Charlton Athletic v London City Lionesses
Coventry United v Leicester City
London Bees v Lewes
Sheffield United v Durham

New leaders Manchester United meet local rivals Manchester City, Arsenal must tackle Chelsea as they look to respond to a first defeat, while there’s a first WSL derby between Aston Villa and Birmingham City.

Fourth-placed Everton – who will be missing Valerie Gauvin for a couple of months with a muscle injury – play mid-table Reading. West Ham welcome Brighton whom they trail by a single point and have defeated in three of four WSL meetings. There’s a basement battle between Bristol City and Spurs, league goals for the latter only coming from corners so far this season.

The top two in the Championship go head-to-head as Sheffield United take on leaders Durham but there’s only one point between the leading quarter, ahead of Liverpool travelling to Blackburn Rovers and Leicester City also on the road at Coventry.

Charlton Athletic have a capital clash with London City Lionesses, last-placed London Bees entertain Lewes.

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