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International Round-up: City Women

Bristol City Women had seven players away throughout the international break read below to find out how they got on.

Loren Dykes and Gemma Evans both featured for Wales in their 0-0 draw with Northern Ireland. The result sees Wales remain undefeated at the halfway stage of qualifying, they currently sit second in their group on 8 points.

Olivia Chance travelled to China with New Zealand and faced two tough tests against China and Canada, unfortunately they suffered a 2-0 to the hosts, as well as a 3-0 loss to Canada.

Vita Van der Linden was away with the Netherland U23s and picked up two wins from two games. The midfielder came on as a substitute in their 4-1 victory over Denmark, scoring a goal in the final ten minutes, as well as featuring in their 2-0 win over Italy.

Abi Harrison was a late call-up to the Scotland squad as injury cover for their trip to Albania and the forward was an unused substitute in a 5-0 victory.

Ebony Salmon went away with the Lionesses U19s for a two-match tour to Portugal. The Young Lionesses endured a tough trip suffering a heavy 7-0 defeat to the Netherlands, before losing 1-0 against Norway.

Finally, whilst Sophie Baggaley was not included in the original Lionesses squad, she was invited to train at St George’s Park with Neville’s side as part of her development.

Bristol City Women’s next home game sees Tanya Oxtoby’s side take on Manchester City Women on Sunday, November 24th and supporters can still get their hands on tickets at a discounted rate.

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