November West Ham United Women’s International – Everything You Need To Know
Eleven of the West Ham United women’s team will represent their country at the next international break.
Players will take part in World Cup qualifying group stage matches, as well as a number of friendly matches.
Mackenzie arnold and Tamkea Yallop have been called upon to represent Australia in their friendlies against the United States. Yallop is in line to make his 100th selection for the Matildas.
The USWNT is still the number one ranked team in the world. The bronze medal match between Australia and the United States that ended 4-3 suggests that a goalscoring festival is not on the agenda.
Hawa Cissoko is back with France for his second summons of the year – having impressed during his service the last time around.
Les Bleues face Kazakhstan and Wales in Group I of their World Cup qualification and are currently at the top of the group.
Yui Hasegawa and Dagny Brynjarsdottir will face off in a friendly in the Netherlands when Japan takes on Iceland. It will be the first time the Japanese national team have teamed up since July and will also face the Netherlands in The Hague.
Brynjarsdottir – fresh off his game-winning goal against Spurs last weekend, will also face Cyprus in their own World Cup qualifying group. They are currently second in Group C.
Mel Filis and Lucy parker back to St George’s Park for England U23, while Grace Fisk was also called out by Mo Marley this time around.
Filis played 90 minutes in the Young Lionesses’ previous game, a 1-0 victory over Belgium on the continent.
Anna LÃ©at may well be in action again for New Zealand, with the long guard joining the Football Ferns as they prepare for two friendlies against South Korea.
Leat represented her country on the last international break and hopes to put in another strong performance as she aims to become his No.1.
Lisa evans is in action for Scotland, as they prepare for two World Cup qualifiers as they seek to dominate Group B.
They will face Ukraine at Hampden Park before facing Spain in a game which should decide who ends up at the top of the table.
Ultimately, Katerina Svitkova and the Czech Republic have a tough qualifying game against the Netherlands, who currently lead Group C. They managed to draw 1-1 in the return leg and are hoping for a similar or even better result in Ostrava Friday.
They will then face Belarus in another qualifying match in Opava – as they look to overtake Iceland in the squad and fight for the top spot.
Japan v Iceland – 6:40 p.m. (Hasegawa & Brynjarsdottir)
Scotland v Ukraine – 19:35 (Evans)
Czech Republic v Netherlands – 7.45 p.m. (Svitkova)
France v Kazakhstan – 8:10 p.m. (Cissoko)
Australia v United States – 04:00 (Arnold & Yallop)
South Korea v New Zealand – 5:00 a.m. (Leat)
Netherlands v Japan – 6:40 p.m. (Hasegawa)
Australia v USA – 9:05 am (Arnold & Yallop)
South Korea vs New Zealand – 10:00 a.m. (Leat)
England U23 v Estonia – 2:30 p.m. (Filis, Fisk & Parker)
Cyprus v Iceland – 5 p.m. (Brynjarsdottir)
Czech Republic v Belarus – TBD (Svitkova)
France v Wales – 8:10 p.m. (Cissoko)