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    page originally posted: Tue, 25 Feb 20 refresh for updates
    update Fri, 6 Mar 20, 22:38

    Wales' Women squad
    Wales squad to face Estonia at the Racecourse, Wrexham on Fri, 6 Mar 20. 7pm Kick off.

    Report : Wales 2 Estonia 0

    Laura O'Sullivan (Cardiff City Ladies FC)
    Claire Skinner (Cardiff City Ladies FC)
    Olivia Clark (Huddersfield Town Ladies FC)
    Sophie Ingle (Chelsea FC Women)
    Hayley Ladd (Manchester United Women FC)
    Loren Dykes (Bristol City Women FC)
    Lily Woodham (Charlton Athletic Women FC- on loan from Reading FC Women
    Rhiannon Roberts (Liverpool FC Women
    Anna Filbey (Tottenham Hotspur Women FC)
    Angharad James (Reading FC Women)
    Jasmine Turner (Cardiff City Ladies FC)
    Josie Green (Tottenham Hotspur Women FC)
    Nadia Lawrence (Cardiff City Ladies FC)
    Georgia Walters (Blackburn Rovers FC)
    Rachel Rowe (Reading FC Women)
    Natasha Harding (Reading FC Women)
    Megan Wynne (Bristol City Women FC- on loan from Tottenham Hotspur Women FC)
    Chloe Williams (Manchester United Women FC)
    Helen Ward (Watford FC Ladies)
    Kayleigh Green (Brighton & Hove Albion Women FC)
    Grace Horrell (Cardiff City Ladies FC)
    Maria Francis-Jones (Cardiff City Ladies FC
    Ffion Morgan (Coventry United Ladies FC)
    Charlie Estcourt (Charlton Athletic Women FC- on loan from Reading FC Women)

    News from FAWales
    Natasha Harding returns to the squad after missing the goalless draw against Northern Ireland in November with a knee injury.

    Jess Fishlock remains in the USA to continue her recovery

    Defender Gemma Evans misses out through injury.

    Elise Hughes is also unavailable as she continues recovery for her ACL injury.

    The Estonia game is in preparation for the second half of the UEFA Women's EURO 2021 qualification campaign, Wales are second in Group C with two key home matches against the Faroe Islands and Norway in April.


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