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We'll be ready - Sarah
 Women's Football News 25 Oct 2013
 
We'll be ready - Sarah - 25 Oct 2013 - Women's Football NewsSarah Wiltshire is relishing the chance to face England on Saturday when Wales play them at The Den in their FIFA Women's World Cup qualifying group match. 
 
"I'm really looking forward to it," the 22-year-old winger told Women's Soccer Scene. "Hopefully it will be a good game and we can get something from it. It's just another game, we've prepared quite well and we will be ready."
 
Sarah has been capped 19 times for Wales but originally played for England at youth level and was part of the squad which reached the semi finals of the Under-17 World Cup five years ago. However she is in no doubt as to where her loyalties now lie.
 
"England feels like a long time ago now," she laughs. "Playing for Wales is the best thing that has ever happened to me.
 
"I love playing for Wales and with players such as Helen Ward and Jess Fishlock who have won so many caps. I especially enjoy games against the top teams."
 
Wales will go into the game looking to build on their 1-0 victory over Belarus in their opening group game. "In the first game, you really want to get three points," says Sarah. "We had quite a bit of possession and a few chances - we had to be patient but we also worked hard to make sure we didn't concede. In the end we got our reward and it was a cracking goal from Helen [Ward]."
 
Looking ahead to the England game, Sarah admits that the home side are favourites but Wales will approach the game and the occasion with no fears. "We know we are underdogs as England are a lot higher ranked than us, but we are confident and prepared really well, so you never know what might happen," she says.
 
"With the game on national television, it's good publicity for us to show we are doing well in Wales and encourage young players in the country.
 
"We are looking to qualify [for the World Cup], England will want to top the group but we are an up and coming team with a lot of potential and there is no reason why we can't do really well."

 
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