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The Football Association can confirm that Brent Hills will manage the England women's team for the next two World Cup qualifiers later this month.
The Club England Management Board has deferred the appointment of a new permanent Head Coach until the games have been completed.
England entertain Wales at The Den on Saturday 26th October, the day of the FA's 150th anniversary, before taking on Turkey in Adana five days later.
Hills was in charge for England's two morale boosting wins against Belarus and Turkey last month.
Hills said: "Taking charge of my country for those two games was a real honour. I enjoyed every minute of it and I'm sure I will again.
"England v Wales is always a game that stands out and I'm sure it will be a special occasion for both sets of players, staff and fans.
"Neither side will want to lose, but our target is another win so we'll put in the same amount of effort as we always do."
The only change to his squad from the previous two matches is a recall for Birmingham City defender Laura Bassett in place of Anita Asante, who has been ruled out with a fractured metatarsal.
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