ENGLAND manager Sarina Wiegman has named her 23-woman squad for this year's World Cup. Wiegman has made seven changes to last year's European Championship winning squad. The 2023 Women's World Cup – which will take place in Australia and New Zealand – is set to kick off on July 20. England's first match, against Haiti, is scheduled for July 22. The Lionesses are also set to face China and Denmark in the group stages. Mary Earps, Hannah Hampton and Ellie Roebuck remain the 53-year-old's preferred goalkeepers. Read More on Women’s Football WORLD OF PAIN Huge summer sporting event has NO TV deal sparking ‘concern’ with bosses BANK ON ENGLAND Smith and Flaherty hope to see England included in Lionesses squad Lucy Bronze, Jess Carter, Alex Greenwood, Millie Bright and Lotte Wubben-Moy keep their respective places along with midfielders Kiera Walsh, Ella Toone and Georgia Stanway. England's attacking options include; Bethany England, Lauren Hemp, Chloe Kelly, Alessia Russo and Rachel Daly – who claimed the WSL Golden Boot award at the weekend. Daly, who started all six of England's Euro 2022 games as a left-back, signed for Aston Villa last summer and enjoyed an impressive 2022-23 campaign in the No.9 role,… Read full this story
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