Five Reds called up for England duty

Tuesday 21 November 2023 12:31

Manchester United Women will be represented by five Lionesses in the upcoming Nations League matches against the Netherlands and Scotland.

Sarina Wiegman announced her squad for the upcoming break, the final one of 2023, on Tuesday (21 November) and Mary Earps, Maya Le Tissier, Ella Toone and Katie Zelem have all been selected from Marc Skinner's Reds.

Grace Clinton,on loan from United to Tottenham Hotspur, will be hoping to make her senior international debut after receiving her first call-up for the previous set of internationals.

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The matches will bring the curtain down on England's Nations League campaign, with Wiegman's side currently sitting third in League A Group 1.

England first face the Netherlands at Wembley Stadium on Friday 1 December (19:45 GMT), with the visitors, the group leaders, looking to guarantee a top-two finish.

The Lionesses, on the other hand, can go level on points with the Oranje with victory in the capital.

The Lionesses will then take on Scotland at the historic Hampden Park to close out the group.

That match will take place at 19:45 GMT on Tuesday 5 December.

Good luck to our five players who will be keen to represent their country with pride.