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Must-win clash for Bradford City women
Capital One Cup finalists Bradford City are not on their own in chasing promotion this season.
On Sunday, City's women travel to Northern Women's Combination League leaders South Durham for a game they need to win to keep their hopes of FA Premier League status alive.
South Durham are joint top after beating Chorley - City's next opponents - and recent form suggests a hard-fought encounter as unbeaten City, with three games in hand, attempt to close a seven- point gap.
In the same league, Huddersfield Town are at home to Sheffield United Community, hoping for a repeat of last week's 4-2 win at Sheffield, while Leeds City Vixens are at bottom club Wakefield.
Leeds United were 2-0 winners over Watford in the fourth round of the FA Women's Cup and now go to City's victors Nottingham Forest.
Bradford City bowed out of the North East Regional Women's League Cup after a 2-0 defeat at Premier Division Scunthorpe, and Guiseley were beaten in a penalty shoot-out at Barnsley after drawing 2-2 in open play. Guiseley travel to Chester-le-Street on Sunday.
Ossett Albion, battling to avoid relegation, go into their Regional League clash with Southern Division leaders Doncaster Belles with at least two experienced players in a race against time to shake off serious chest infections.
Albion's Brazilian coach Junior faces an anxious wait on the medical outcomes and will be desperately hoping the problem doesn't spread through the squad.
Belles finished 4-2 winners in last week's cup clash between the sides at Dimple Wells. Welsh international Nicky Davies, one of Albion's doubtfuls for Sunday's game, was on target, along with Nicky Swift.
Draw specialists Kirklees finished 2-2 at Rovers Foundation, Amy Hesselden and skipper Claire Needham scoring, and now face a home game with relegation-threatened Keighley Oaks.
Bradford City A are at Millers, while Rothwell's 3-1 win over the latter leaves them one point off the top with five games in hand as they worked hard to maintain their 100 per cent record.
With only two points separating the bottom five clubs, there is a potentional battle royal developing in the West Riding County Women's League Premier Division, and one of those key games is at Hemsworth, beaten 16-0 by leaders Harrogate Railway in their last outing, who take on an Ossett Town side still looking for their second win of the season.
Second-from-bottom Wakefield entertain Railway and bottom club Bradford Park Avenue are at home to Brighouse.
In the First Division, there was an outstanding six-goal performance from Farsley's Millie West as they beat Wortley 10-0. Also on target were Clare Parker (3) and Sarah Carter.
In Division Three, Cleckheaton Sporting, beaten 7-1 at Amaranth, travel to Skipton, and Dewsbury Rangers, beaten 4-1 at home to Wortley, go to Crossley in what should be evenly-contested bottom- four clashes.