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Published 29 November 2023 3 min read
England Women's Senior Team

England women’s squad updates: New arrivals for seniors, WU23s and WU19s

Written by:

Frank Smith

Millie Turner replaces Millie Bright ahead of crunch Nations League games with the Netherlands and Scotland

5pm, Wednesday 29 November

Manchester United midfielder Holly Deering and Aston Villa forward Milly Round have been called up to the England women’s under-19s squad for the remaining two fixtures of the Algarve Cup.

The duo replace Shauna Guyatt and Katy Watson who have withdrawn due to injury following England’s 2-2 draw with Portugal in their opening match.

6pm, Monday 27 November

Asmita Ale, Neve Herron, Hannah Silcock and Annie Hutchings have been called up to the England women’s under-23s squad for their fixtures against France and Spain. 

It is a first call-up for Herron, Silcock and Hutchings who have all previously featured for the WU19s.

The quartet replace Kayla Rendell, Anouk Denton, Molly Pike and Ruby Grant who have all withdrawn from the squad. 

Brooke Aspin will remain at Bristol City as she awaits further assessment on an injury with a view to joining up with the team at St. George’s Park. 

Emma Coates’ Young Lionesses side will first travel away to Paris to face France on Thursday 30 November (3pm GMT), before welcoming Spain to the Pirelli Stadium, home of Burton Albion, on Monday 4 December (7pm GMT), with tickets still on sale priced at just £5 for adults and £3 for concessions.

1pm, Friday 24 November

Millie Turner has been called up by England for the two UEFA Women’s Nations League fixtures against the Netherlands and Scotland.

The Manchester United defender will report with the rest of the Lionesses squad at St. George's Park on Monday 27 November after previously being included in senior squads and capped at WU19s and WU23s level.

Turner replaces Millie Bright who has withdrawn and will remain at Chelsea for treatment on a knee injury.

The 23-player squad will face the Netherlands at Wembley Stadium connected by EE on Friday 1 December before the Nations League group stage concludes with a trip to Scotland on Tuesday 5 December.