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Kelly back in England squad
 Women's Football News 3 Nov 2011
Kelly back in England squad - 3 Nov 2011 - Women's Football NewsFollowing last week's battling 0-0 draw in Holland, Hope Powell has named her England squad to face Serbia in a UEFA Women's Euro 2013 qualifier at Doncaster Rovers' Keepmoat Stadium on Wednesday 23 November. 
Kelly Smith has been included in the squad for the first time since this summer's World Cup after nursing an ongoing Achilles injury. Goalkeeper Rachel Brown has also been recalled following a shoulder injury which forced her to withdraw from the squad which flew to Zwolle last month. Both players will be assessed by England's medical team in the build-up to the Serbia game.
"Kelly and Rachel are both doing well," said Hope of the duo's recovery. "Because we are out of season, we will give them time to further improve their fitness and will give them the best possible chance to make themselves available for selection. But we will be keeping an eye on them and see how they go."
England will be looking to make amends for the Serbs' added time equaliser the last time the two nations met, in Belgrade in September. A Rachel Yankey strike and an own goal from Violeta Slovic had put England 2-0 up at the break, but a Danka Podovac free kick in the 55th minute halved the deficit. Serbia then pushed for an equaliser in the soaring afternoon heat and it duly arrived in the 94th minute of play.
England have subsequently beaten Slovenia 4-0 at Swindon's County Ground before claiming a point in Zwolle last week, leaving them second in Group Six, two points behind Holland.
"We recognise it was two points dropped against Serbia last time out," admitted Hope. "We did enough on the day to win the game, but you have to give credit to Serbia for coming back at us. The players were all disappointed coming off the pitch and now we've got a chance to make amends. We have to win this game to stay in contention to top the group."
England squad: 
 Karen BARDSLEY   Sky Blue  19   0 
 Rachel BROWN   Everton   74   0 
 Siobhan CHAMBERLAIN   Bristol Academy  18   0 
 Sophie BRADLEY   Lincoln Ladies  11   0 
 Alex SCOTT   Boston Breakers  83   12 
 Casey STONEY   Lincoln Ladies  95   4 
 Dunia SUSI   Birmingham City  14   0 
 Rachel UNITT   Everton   96   7 
 Fern WHELAN   Everton   2   0 
 Laura BASSETT   Birmingham City  21   0 
 Jess CLARKE   Lincoln Ladies  29   7 
 Steph HOUGHTON   Arsenal   19   2 
 Jade MOORE   Birmingham City  0   0 
 Jill SCOTT   Everton   51   8 
 Fara WILLIAMS   Everton   97   35 
 Rachel YANKEY   Arsenal   116   17 
 Eniola ALUKO   Sky Blue  58   11 
 Karen CARNEY   Birmingham City  67   11 
 Natasha DOWIE   Everton   3   0 
 Kelly SMITH   Boston Breakers  108   43 
 Ellen WHITE   Arsenal   21   7 
 Rachel WILLIAMS   Birmingham City  3   1 

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