Hege Riise has named a 24-woman squad for subsequent month’s worldwide friendlies in opposition to France and Canada.
Birmingham Metropolis’s Hannah Hampton has been dropped with Chelsea’s Carly Telford referred to as as much as change the 20 year-old.
OL Reign loanee, Karen Bardsley has additionally earned a shock recall as Riise plumps for 4 goalkeepers in her April choice.
Captain, Steph Houghton is dominated out with an Achilles damage and has been changed by her Manchester Metropolis teammate, Demi Stokes.
Millie Turner is again within the squad after initially being omitted from February’s squad till she changed the injured Millie Shiny, after the Chelsea defender withdrew from the squad however has additionally been handed a recall for this squad choice.
Niamh Charles has additionally been referred to as up in defence after being snubbed in February’s choice.
Manchester United’s Ella Toone has been omitted from midfield with no alternative referred to as up, leaving simply 4 midfielders of; Jordan Nobbs, Jill Scott, Georgia Stanway and Keira Walsh.
Arsenal’s Beth Mead returns after her shock preliminary snub final month by Riise previous to Chelsea’s Fran Kirby’s withdrawal by damage, which noticed Mead named as a alternative call-up after little recreation time noticed her initially not noted of the squad.
Talking on her choice, Riise desires these two fixtures in opposition to France and Canada to problem the squad, which she has described as ‘essential’ for every participant’s hopes of taking part on this summer time’s Olympics.
Riise additionally spoke of monitoring on gamers throughout different residence nations forward of naming her shortlisted Olympics choice subsequent month, saying; ” I’ve additionally been watching very carefully these gamers from the house nations who’re in competition for the GB squad and I’ll proceed to take action proper up till we shortlist subsequent month.”
England will go to France on Friday 9 April in Caen earlier than internet hosting Canada 4 days later on the BET365 Stadium in Stoke, with each matches televised stay on BBC 4.
Goalkeepers – Ellie Roebuck (Manchester Metropolis), Sandy Maclver (Everton), Carly Telford (Chelsea), Karen Bardsley (OL Reign – on mortgage from Manchester Metropolis)
Defence – Millie Shiny (Chelsea), Lucy Bronze (Manchester Metropolis), Niamh Charles (Chelsea), Rachel Daly (Houston Sprint), Alex Greenwood (Manchester Metropolis), Demi Stokes (Manchester Metropolis), Leah Williamson (Arsenal), Lotte Wubben-Moy (Arsenal), Millie Turner (Manchester United)
Midfield: Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal), Jill Scott (Everton – on mortgage from Manchester Metropolis), Georgia Stanway (Manchester Metropolis), Keira Walsh (Manchester Metropolis)
Forwards: Bethany England (Chelsea), Lauren Hemp (Manchester Metropolis), Ellen White (Manchester Metropolis), Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Chloe Kelly (Manchester Metropolis), Beth Mead (Arsenal)