Manchester United v Manchester City 2.30pm, Saturday 14 November Leigh Sports Village
The second Manchester derby in the Women’s Super League, and the first to be held at the home of the Reds – the previous meeting last season ended in a 1-0 win for the Blue half of the city.
Manchester United, moved top of the table thanks to their 1-0 victory over Arsenal last time out.
Manchester City are winless in their last two away games in the WSL (D1 L1).
Man United’s Ella Toone has scored three goals this season.
During City’s 8-1 win last week, Ellen White had a direct hand in four goals (two goals, two assists), becoming the second player in the competition’s history to net 50 times, alongside Vivianne Miedema.
Aston Villa v Birmingham City 4.30pm, Saturday 14 November 2020
Aston Villa and Birmingham City will face off in the Women’s Super League for the very first time.
Aston Villa earned their very first WSL victory last week against Brighton (2-0) ending their three-game losing run at the start of the season.
Birmingham have only lost one of their last 14 WSL matches against newly-promoted opposition.
Birmingham striker Claudia Walker became only the third player in WSL history to score at both ends of the pitch in the same game.
Everton v Reading 4.30pm, Sunday 14 November 2020 Walton Hall Park
Everton and Reading games have ended level, with both sides winning three matches each. Everton are unbeaten at home in their last three games (W2 D1), their best such run in the WSL.
Reading have lost just one of their last five WSL matches.
Bristol City v Tottenham Hotspur 8.30pm, Sunday 14 November 2020 Twerton Park
The only other WSL meeting between Bristol City and Spurs ended in a 2-1 victory for Tottenham back in October 2019.
Bristol City are winless in 24 Women’s Super League matches against sides from Londo. Bristol City have lost each of their last seven games at home in the Women’s Super League,
While Spurs have scored more goals from corners than any other WSL Side this season.
West Ham United v Brighton & Hove Albion 2.30pm, Sunday 15 November 2020 Chigwell Construction Stadium.
West Ham have won three of the four previous WSL matches with Brighton.
Brighton’s 4-0 victory at West Ham in May 2019 remains the only occasion they’ve avoided defeat when travelling to London in the WSL.
West Ham ended a run of four straight defeats last week against Birmingham (2-1).
Brighton have failed to win any of their last five top-flight games failing to score a single goal in four of those matches.
Inessa Kaagman has created more chances than any of her Brighton teammates so far this season in the WSL.
All WSL fixtures will be available on The FA Player and one Championship fixture will be streamed live through The FA Player every week, with highlights available of remaining fixtures the following day.
Arsenal v Chelsea 4.30pm, Sunday 15 November 2020 Meadow Park
Arsenal have lost as many WSL matches against Chelsea in the last six meetings.
Chelsea have won each of the last three meetings with Arsenal in the top-flight, winning more often against the Gunners in the WSL than any other side.
Since losing 2-3 to Birmingham back in January 2019, Chelsea have remained unbeaten in their last 26 WSL games.
Arsenal forward Vivianne Miedema is the top scoring player in WSL London derbies, being the only player to reach ten goals in such matches.