Scotland Women’s senior and U-23 squads announced

Scotland v Spain Hampden Park,
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Scotland head coach Pedro Martinez Losa has named his squad to play Belgium and England in the final matches of the UEFA Women’s Nations League group stages.

Midfielder Sam Kerr returns from injury after missing out on the Netherlands double-header in October. Brogan Hay, Emma Mukandi and Abi Harrison also return and are available for selection.

Away to Belgium on Friday 1 December, Scotland finish up against England at Hampden Park four days later, with tickets available here.

Scotland Squad: Fiona Brown – FC Rosengård, Jenna Clark – Liverpool, Rachel Corsie – Aston Villa, Erin Cuthbert – Chelsea, Lauren Davidson – Glasgow City, Nicola Docherty – Rangers, Claire Emslie – Angel City, Lisa Evans – West Ham United, Jenna Fife – Rangers, Amy Gallacher – Celtic, Lee Gibson – Glasgow City, Christy Grimshaw – AC Milan, Kirsty Hanson – Aston Villa, Abi Harrison – Bristol City, Brogan Hay – Rangers, Sophie Howard – Leicester City, Sam Kerr – Bayern Munich, Sandy MacIver – Manchester City, Kirsty MacLean – Rangers, Rachel McLauchlan – Rangers, Emma Mukandi – London City Lionesses, Jamie-Lee Napier – Bristol City, Amy Rodgers – Bristol City, Martha Thomas – Tottenham Hotspur FC

Meanwhile, the Scotland U-23 squad has been selected for a friendly with the Netherlands next week, at the Pinatar Arena in Spain.

The squad will be led by Michael McArdle and assisted by Pauline MacDonald, Nichola Greig and Christie Murray. It is made up of players who have come through the U-17s and U-19s, as well as players with experience of training with the senior side in Chelsea Cornet, Erin Clachers, Leah Eddie and Amy Muir.

Scotland WU23 Squad: Eilidh Adams – Hibernian, Rachel Brown – Sheffield United, Jasmine Bull – Bristol City, Colette Cavanagh – Celtic, Erin Clachers – Glasgow City, Chelsea Cornet – Rangers, Leah Eddie – Hibernian, Abbie Ferguson – Hibernian, Carly Girasoli – Hearts, Kirsty Howat – Rangers, Rachael Johnstone – Celtic (on loan to Spartans), Emma Lawton – Partick Thistle, Kathleen McGovern – Hearts, Jodi McLeary – Rangers, Amy Muir – Glasgow City, Charlotte Newsham – Sheffield United, Jennifer Smith – Celtic, Kenzie Weir – Everton (on loan to Glasgow City)

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