Preview: Eastern Region Women’s Football League

With 3 Eastern Region Women’s League sides involved in FA Women’s Cup action this weekend, there are only 4-games in the league with some mouth-watering ties. The top two go up against each other whilst last season’s strugglers face each other.

AFC Dunstable Women vs Haringey Borough Women – Sunday 1st November

AFC Dunstable will welcome Haringey Borough to Creasey Park on Sunday. Dunstable currently sit in 11th after 6-games, having won 1 and lost 5 whilst Haringey Borough are 10th after 5-games, with a record of won 1, drew 1 and lost 3. The OD’s last game was a 7-3 loss to Royston Town whilst Borough also lost their last game, losing 5-2 to Wroxham. A win for Dunstable could take them up to 7th while a win for Haringey Borough could take them up to 5th.

Colney Heath Ladies vs Peterborough Northern Star Ladies – Sunday 1st November 

Colney Heath will welcome Peterborough Northern Star to Colney Heath Recreation Ground. The Magpies find themselves 4th after 4-games, having won 3 and lost 1 whilst Star find themselves 3rd after 5-games with 3 wins and 2 losses. Colney’s last game was a narrow 4-3 win over Bedford while Peterborough were 2-1 losers to Wymondham after conceding a late goal. A win for either side will take them 2nd, closing the gap on Wymondham Town to 3-points.

Wymondham Town Women vs St Ives Town Ladies – Sunday 1st November 

Wymondham Town have the chance to increase their gap over St Ives Town to 8-points as they welcome the Saints to Kett’s Park. The league-leaders are top after 6-games, having won 5 and lost 1 whilst St Ives currently sit in 2nd after 5-games, having won 3, drew 1 and lost 1. The last game for the hosts was a 2-1 win over Peterborough Northern Star whilst St Ives trashed Bowers & Pitsea 5-0. A win for the visitors could see them close the gap to 3-points with a game in-hand.

Bowers & Pitsea Ladies vs Bedford Ladies – Sunday 1st November

Bowers & Pitsea will host Bedford at the Len Salmon Stadium. Bowers are sat in 9th after 5-games, having won 1, drew 1 and lost 3 whilst Bedford are rock-bottom having drawn 1 and lost 4. Bowers last game was a 5-0 lost to St Ives Town whilst Bedford were on the wrong end of the scoreline with a 4-3 loss against Colney Heath. A win for the hosts could take up to 5th whilst a first win for the visitors could see them move up to 7th.