WHAT a super Sunday it's going to be in the Adran North League.

Second-placed Wrexham have home advantage versus Connah's Quay Nomads, who went top with last weekend's victory over Airbus.

The Reds have won their last six games in the league, including last weekend's 6-2 thrashing of fellow title challengers Bethel.

Rosie Hughes and Amber Lightfoot both bagged hat-tricks for the Reds.

Reflecting on that win, Dale Tweeted: "Very impressive performance this afternoon against a very good Bethel team.

"Some of the goals we scored were excellent, some outstanding individual performances today!

"However as a team the players were outstanding!"

Wrexham are pleased to announce striker Sophie Hodson has signed on for the remainder of the season.

The 19-year-old former Corwen striker adds more firepower to the team's attack.

Hodson said: “I’m really excited to start playing for Wrexham, especially with the new set-up that they have built this season. It’s an exciting prospect to be playing for Wrexham at the moment.

“I’m from Wrexham, so it’s always been something I’ve wanted to do. It means a lot to be signing for the club.

“I’m hoping I can come in, add goals and help the team get the points we need to finish the season strong.”

Looking ahead to Sunday, Connah's Quay boss Jordan Parry said: "It's first versus second and the pressure's on them to win.

"We have been together a year now.

"We have got 14 games and we have got 14 finals in the league.

"This group of players are going to give everything on Sunday."

Nomads hit top spot last weekend with a 3-1 success over local rivals Airbus UK Broughton.

Kirstie Kural, Kylie Jones and Tamara Hamer all found the target in Nomads' latest triumph.

"I think we were wasteful," added Parry.

"We hit the bar three times and we hit the post.

"We should have scored around seven-or-eight but I just said to the girls it's three points."

Connah's Quay were without Fran Scott last weekend, but she will return to the side for Sunday's top-of-the-table clash.

Nomads are without a game on January 30 and they're asking any potential friendly opponents to get in touch.

Airbus UK Broughton will look for a positive outcome from their trip to Llanfair United.

There's another vital clash as third-placed Llandudno go to Bethel, who are fourth, while Denbigh Town travel to Pwllheli.

Adran Premier: Cardiff Met v Cardiff City.

North Wales Women's League: Trearddur Bay v Amlwch Town.

Arsenal will be looking to maintain their four-point advantage at the top of the Women's Super League on Sunday when they head to fifth-placed Manchester City.

Second-placed Chelsea have a Sunday fixture at Brighton and on the same day Manchester United, in third, host fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur in the game of the day.

Other fixtures: Leicester City v Aston Villa; Reading v Birmingham City; West Ham v Everton.