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Last Updated: Monday, 26 February 2007, 16:10 GMT
England Women to take on Scotland
Faye White
White is likely to lead England at Wycombe
England's Women will take on Scotland in a pre-World Cup friendly at Wycombe Wanderers Adams Park on 11 March.

England have won the last six meetings between the two sides since 1993.

Captain Faye White returns to the England squad for the first time since the away World Cup qualifier victory against Holland in November 2005.

Ranked 12th in the world, England are being classed as one of the 'dark horses' for the 16 team World Cup in China in September.

Scotland are presently ranked 26th in the world but boast Arsenal striker Julie Fleeting in their ranks, one of the deadliest strikers in women's football, with an incredible 93 goals in 91 international appearances.


England (from):

Brown (Everton), Chamberlain (Bristol), Telford (Sunderland), Unitt (Everton), Johnson (Everton), Phillip (Arsenal), Stoney (Charlton), Scott (Arsenal), White (Arsenal), Bassett (Birmingham), Houghton (Sunderland), Yorston (Bristol Academy), Asante (Arsenal), Scott (Everton), Williams (Everton), Exley (Doncaster), Chapman (Arsenal), K Smith (Arsenal), Westwood (Everton), McDougall (Everton), Holtham (Charlton), Handley (Everton), Carney (Arsenal), Sanderson (Arsenal), Aluko (Charlton), S Smith (Leeds), Yankey (Arsenal), Potter (Charlton), Barr (Leeds).

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