FA Women Super League (WSL) has announced the opening two sets of fixtures for the start of the 2020-21 season.
A hectic final day saw relegation and European qualification spots settled as the 2019-20 Premier League season drew to a close.
Southampton look to end an inconsistent season on a high as they welcome Sheffield United to St Mary’s Stadium.
Bournemouth face a mammoth task to secure survival in a great escape as they visit Everton at Goodison Park.
Relegation battling Watford face a tough final day test as they visit Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
A dramatic penultimate midweek round saw the Premier League survival battle take a twist, whilst the top four battle also is set for a final day showdown.
Sheffield United welcome Everton to Bramall Lane as the Blades look to move closer towards Europa League qualification.
Liverpool saw their hopes of achieving a new record points tally disappear in a hectic midweek of Premier League action.
Southampton welcome Brighton to St Mary’s Stadium in a tasty clash as the Seagulls look to take a huge step towards survival.
Everton look to build momentum ahead of next season as they welcome relegation battling Aston Villa to Goodison Park.
Burnley welcome Wolves to Turf Moor in a huge clash as both teams look to push on in their bids to qualify for Europe next season.
This weekend saw the Premier League focus shift towards the tight relegation battle, as four teams continue to be split by four points whilst the first relegated club was officially confirmed.
Wolves kick off a quadruple Super Sunday header as they welcome Everton to Molineux in a huge test of the hosts’ top five hopes.
Liverpool move closer towards breaking a Premier League record, whilst there are further twists in the race for Europe and survival.
Everton welcome Southampton to Goodison Park in a mid-table Premier League clash, as both teams look to finish tough seasons on a high.