England Football Association have announced the termination of the 2019-20 Women Super League (WSL) and Women’s Championship seasons, with immediate effect.
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Liverpool continue to move closer towards a maiden Premier League title following a dramatic round of action affecting both ends of table.
Having suffered defeat in the first leg, reigning champions – Liverpool face a tough test as they welcome Atletico Madrid to Anfield with a spot in the Quarter Finals at stake.
Manchester United look to make a major push for the top four as they welcome Manchester City to Old Trafford in a blockbuster Manchester Derby clash on Super Sunday.
Carlo Ancelotti makes his return to Stamford Bridge as Everton visit Chelsea in a huge Super Sunday clash.
Crystal Palace look to move closer towards safety as they welcome relegation fighting Watford to Selhurst Park.
Liverpool look to halt a slide in form as they welcome relegation battling Bournemouth to Anfield.
Norwich City await Manchester United as the Canaries bid for a first FA Cup Semi Final since 1989, with the four remaining Premier League giants all drawn away in the Quarter Finals.
Premier League leaders, Liverpool face a tough test of their FA Cup credential as they meet Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in a blockbuster Fifth Round clash.
Premier League leaders, Liverpool saw their 44 league match unbeaten run ended on a dramatic weekend affecting the relegation battle.
Aston Villa meet twice reigning champions, Manchester City in the 2019-20 Carabao Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.