Another weekend of Women’s football is almost upon us and that includes the Eastern Region Women’s Football League. Colney Heath are without a game as Harlow Town feature in the FA Women’s Cup but there are still plenty of big games.
Bedford Ladies vs St Ives Town Ladies – Sunday 13th December, 2pm
Bedford will welcome St Ives Town to the Eyrie on Sunday. The hosts find themselves 10th after 6-games, having won 1, drew 1 and lost 4 while the Saints are 3rd after 7-games, having won 4, drew 1 and lost 2. Bedford will hope to return to action with a win while St Ives will hope to build on last weekend’s win over AFC Dunstable. A win for Bedford could lift them to 7th but they will need to overcome St Ives who could find themselves 2nd, closing the gap to top to just 2-points.
Haringey Borough Women vs Wroxham Women – Sunday 13th December, 2pm
Haringey Borough will welcome Wroxham to Coles Park on Sunday as they also look to return to action with a win. Borough find themselves 11th after 6-games, having won 1, drew 1 and lost 4 while Wroxham are sat in 5th after 5-games, with a record of won 3, drew 1 and lost 1. A win for the hosts could take them up to 7th while a win for the Yachtswomen could see them rise to 3rd.
Peterborough Northern Star Ladies vs AFC Dunstable Town – Sunday 13th December, 2pm
Peterborough Northern Star welcome Dunstable the Recreation Ground on Sunday. Star find themselves 2nd after 7-games, having won 5 and lost 2 while AFC Dunstable are 7th after 8-games, with a record of won 2 and lost 6. A win for the hosts could see them rise to top of the league while the visitors could close the gap on teams above but remain 7th.
Royston Town Women vs Wymondham Town Women – Sunday 13th December, 2pm
The biggest game of the weekend will see Royston Town host Wymondham. The Crows are sat in 9th after just 4-games, having won 1, drew 1 and lost 2 while their opponents are sat top of the league after 8-games, having won 6 and drew 2. Royston could rise to 7th in the table while Wymondham could increase their lead at the top, with Peterborough close behind.
Bowers & Pitsea Ladies vs Luton Town Ladies – Sunday 13th December, 2pm
Bowers & Pitsea will welcome Luton Town to the Len Salmon Stadium on Sunday as they look to return to winning ways. Bowers are bottom of the league by goal-different, having won 1, drew 1 and lost 6 while Luton Town are 8th, having played 2-games all season, with a record of won 1, and drew 1. Bowers could lift themselves off the bottom with a win while the Hatters could move upto 7th, with plenty of games in-hand.