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Published 11 February 2023 1 min read
England Women's Senior Team

England Women's squad update

Written by:

David Gerty

Lionesses head coach Sarina Wiegman has had to make changes to her original squad for the Arnold Clark Cup

6pm, Sunday 19 February

Goalkeeper Emily Ramsey has returned to her club due to an ankle injury and will play no more part in the Arnold Clark Cup tournament.

Ramsey missed Sunday’s 2-1 win over Italy and after the match head coach Sarina Wiegman confirmed the goalkeeper, who is on loan at Everton from Manchester United, had returned to her club.

Wiegman named four goalkeepers in her initial Arnold Clark Cup squad which means the head coach has Mary Earps, Sandy MacIver and Ellie Roebuck to choose from ahead of Wednesday night’s Arnold Clark Cup title decider against Belgium.

12noon, Monday 13 February

Anouk Denton (West Ham United), Ella Morris (Southampton FC) and Paige Peake (Southampton FC) have been called-up to the England WU23s squad to play Spain and Belgium this month. They replace Grace Clinton (Bristol City, loan from Manchester United), Charlotte Wardlaw (Lewes FC, loan from Chelsea) and Lucy Parker (West Ham United) respectively.

5pm, Saturday 11 February

Jordan Nobbs has been called up to the England senior women’s squad for their 2023 Arnold Clark Cup campaign.

The Aston Villa midfielder who has been capped 70 times for her country will join the 26-player squad with Fran Kirby withdrawing due to injury. Kirby picked up a knee injury during Chelsea’s FA Women's Continental Tyres League Cup victory against West Ham and will remain at her club to receive treatment.

The Lionesses begin their defence of the competition in Milton Keynes against Korea Republic on Thursday 16 February (KO 7.45pm) with fixtures against Italy and Belgium to follow.