England head coach Sarina Wiegman will announce her squad for the final two Nations League games at the start of December on Tuesday morning.
The Lionesses face the Netherlands at Wembley on Friday December 1, before traveling to Hampden Park to face Scotland on Tuesday December 5.
Wiegman’s side currently sit third in Group A1, but as the nominated nation to secure Team GB’s qualification for the Paris 2024 Olympics, to do so, they must top the group and reach the Nations League final.
The squad announcement will take place before Wiegman speaks to the media at 11.30am on Tuesday and there will be full coverage on skysports.com and Sky Sports News.
Perhaps the most pressing talking point ahead of the announcement is whether Arsenal striker Beth Mead will be included in the squad for the first time in a year.
The 28-year-old earned his 50th cap in a 4-0 win over Japan on November 11 last year, but ruptured his ACL during the Gunners’ 3-2 defeat by Manchester United at the Emirates more than a week ago.
Speaking in October, Wiegman said Mead was “in a good place, but not close to an England call-up”, but he has since returned for his club and made his first start in exactly 12 months. in Sunday’s 3-0 win at Brighton.
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England’s fate of going to the Nations League finals is out of their hands after a 3-2 loss to Belgium last month.
They need to top the group to enter the semi-finals of the Nations League. In order to guarantee a place in the Olympic Games next year, they must go through to the final of the Nations League.
England must win both of their remaining group games to stand any chance of reaching the semi-finals.
Follow Sarina Wiegman’s Lionesses squad announcement for the Nations League qualifiers on Sky Sports News and Sky Sports’ digital platforms from 11.30am Tuesday.
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