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England squad LIVE: Sarina Wiegman reveals Leah Williamson decision ahead of Lionesses friendlies

England manager Sarina Wiegman is set to name her first Lionesses squad of 2024 ahead of a pair of international friendlies against Austria and Italy later this month.

After missing out on the Nations League finals in dramatic fashion in December, the Lionesses instead head to the south of Spain for a training camp and to take on European opposition as Wiegman’s side begin their preparations for the start of Euro 2025 qualifying.

There could be a recall for captain Leah Williamson, who has not played for England since last April and was forced to miss the World Cup after rupturing her anterior cruciate ligament towards the end of last season.

The centre-back has returned to action for Arsenal in the Women’s Super League in recent weeks and with co-captain Millie Bright still out with a knee injury, Williamson’s availability has arrived at a good time for Wiegman.

Follow live updates from the Lionesses squad announcement, below

Sarina Wiegman will discuss her selections in a press conference after she announces her Lionesses squad at 11:15!

Manchester City goalkeeper Khiara Keating has also been in impressive form, and produced a brilliant performance at the weekend in her team’s 1-0 win at Arsenal in the FA Cup.

The 20-year-old has been in England’s last two squads but remains uncapped. Could she make her debut this month?

Could Wiegman bring in some new faces?

Apart from injuries, the Lionesses squad has been pretty established since the run-up to the World Cup, but one player who is threatening to break into Wiegman’s plans is Chelsea forward Aggie Beever-Jones.

The 20-year-old has impressed for the Blues this season and was rewarded with a new contract two weeks ago. Beever-Jones was nominated for WSL player of the month