An exciting week of knock-out football for Bradford City kicks off with the women’s club travelling to play Nottingham Forest in the FA Women’s Cup second round on Sunday.
City remain the only unbeaten side in the Northern Combination but Premier League Northern Division opponents Forest will prove their biggest test yet and the £300 prize money on offer for the winners looks a tough ask.
Huddersfield Town are a little better placed as they have a match at fellow Combination outfit Middlesbrough. All ties kick off at 1pm.
North East Regional League side Rothwell, boasting a 100 per cent record in the Southern Division, visit second-placed Millers Ladies desperate to avoid another postponement.
With only five games played to date due to the poor weather, they have only 16 weeks left to complete 15 league games.
Kirklees, at home to leaders Doncaster Belles Reserves, are also lagging behind with their fixtures and should pull away from the relegation zone with their games in hand.
But second-bottom Ossett Albion have a must-win situation at basement club Wetherby.
Keighley Oaks are at Malet Lambert in the same division, while Guiseley are at York City in the Premier Division.
Bradford Park Avenue hope to complete their first game since October when they host Ossett Town in the West Riding League Premier Division, while Brighouse are at home to leaders Harrogate Railway.
In Division Three, Cleckheaton Sporting take on Dewsbury Rangers still looking for their first win but have had Amy Hambleys join them from Bradford Park Avenue.