World Cup qualifying: Wales title strongest obtainable squad – NewsEverything Wales

Hannah Cain
Hannah Cain, a former England under-17, under-19 and under-21 worldwide, has labored with Wales boss Gemma Grainger within the England set-up

Wales boss Gemma Grainger has named her strongest squad obtainable for World Cup qualifiers with Slovenia and Estonia.

Wales journey to play Slovenia in Lendava on Friday, 22 October of their 200th recognised worldwide match.

Grainger’s facet can even host Estonia on the Cardiff Metropolis Stadium on Tuesday, 26 October and so they head into the fixtures with a completely match squad.

Leicester’s Hannah Cain has recovered from damage and may very well be set to make her Wales debut.

A daily for the Girls’s Tremendous League facet, the 22-year-old, who has switched her allegiance from England, was named in Grainger’s squad for final month’s qualifying wins in opposition to Kazakhstan and Estonia, however was pressured to withdraw because of a foot damage.

Wales’ key gamers are all obtainable together with their most-capped participant Jess Fishlock and influential midfielder Angharad James, who each return from the extreme run-in within the Nationwide Girls’s Tremendous League in america of America.

Striker Helen Ward, 35, who got here on in its place in each of Wales’ opening qualifiers, is now 5 caps away from becoming a member of Wales’ unique 100-cap membership.

Fishlock, Wales coach Loren Dykes, captain Sophie Ingle and males’s worldwide Chris Gunter are the one gamers to have reached the milestone, although Wales males’s captain Gareth Bale is now on 99 caps.

The qualifier in Slovenia is prone to be a key one in Wales’ marketing campaign as present group leaders France are robust favourites to win the group outright.

Wales want to safe a second-placed end and a play-off berth as they bid to make the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand and a primary main finals look – and Slovenia and Greece are prone to be their foremost challengers.

The go to to Lendava represents a momentous event for Wales, who play their 200th match since their first official fixture in September 1993 in opposition to Iceland at Afan Lido.

Cymru: Laura O’Sullivan, Olivia Clark, Poppy Soper, Hayley Ladd, Gemma Evans, Rhiannon Roberts, Esther Morgan, Rachel Rowe, Lily Woodham, Sophie Ingle, Anna Filbey, Angharad James, Josie Inexperienced, Charlie Estcourt, Jess Fishlock, Carrie Jones, Chloe Williams, Ffion Morgan, Megan Wynne, Hannah Cain, Ceri Holland, Kayleigh Inexperienced, Helen Ward, Natasha Harding, Elise Hughes, Georgia Walters.

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