WSL Back After International Break

Chelsea and Manchester City look to extend their perfect starts to the WSL campaign, when hosting Yeovil Town and Birmingham City respectively.

Saturday 28th October

Bristol City v Reading (Stoke Gifford Stadium, 5.30pm)
Sunderland v Liverpool (South Shields FC, 6pm)

London Bees v Millwall Lionesses (Barnet FC, 2pm)

Sunday 29th October (2pm)

Chelsea v Yeovil Town (Kingsmeadow Stadium)
Everton v Arsenal (Select Security Stadium) – FAWSL facebook live
Manchester City v Birmingham City (Academy Stadium, 12.30) – BBC Red Button

Doncaster Rovers Belles v Aston Villa (Doncaster Rovers FC)
Oxford United v Brighton & Hove Albion (Oxford City FC)
Sheffield FC v Durham (Sheffield FC)
Watford v Tottenham Hotspur (Kings Langley FC, 3pm)

Sunderland have the chance to go level on points with the top two when hosting Liverpool on Saturday, while Bristol City play Reading with both sides having won one, drawn one and lost one.

The first WSL 2 match of the weekend has London Bees looking to get off the mark but up against top of the table Millwall.

Man City versus Birmingham City is live on the BBC Red Button on Sunday lunchtime, then bottom of the table Yeovil have a testing afternoon at league leaders Chelsea, while an Everton side without a point welcome Arsenal who are without a permanent manager – Ismael Garcia in temporary charge after Pedro Martinez Losa left in midweek.

Second in WSL 2 on goal-difference are Oxford United and they take on Brighton, who although sixth are just a point behind their hosts in a very tight division.

Sheffield FC and Durham go head to head with only a couple of goals between them in fourth and third place respectively, bottom of the league Watford are home to newcomers Spurs who have made a promising start, while unbeaten Doncaster host Aston Villa who have lost all three games to date.

Image: FA WSL

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