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Head Coach Mark Sampson has been forced to make two changes to his England squad ahead of Thursday's World Cup qualifier against Ukraine.
Birmingham City captain Karen Carney has been ruled out with a back complaint, allowing Blues club mate Remi Allen to come into the senior squad for the first time.
Allen opened the scoring for David Parker's side in Sunday's FA Women's Cup Sixth Round defeat by Arsenal. The midfielder helped England Under-19s win the European Championship in Belarus in 2009 and went on to make 13 appearances for the Under-23s.
Meanwhile, Manchester City striker Toni Duggan picked up a knee injury against Doncaster Rovers Belles on Thursday and has been replaced by in-form Notts County midfielder Dunia Susi, who has earned 21 caps since making her debut against Iceland in 2009.
Both players have been rewarded for their early season form, Remi helping her new club reach the semi finals of the UEFA Women's Champions League by scoring in both legs of their quarter final victory over Arsenal, whilst Dunia has netted four times in total so far in the FA WSL and Continental Cup for County, who she also joined before the start of the season.
Tickets for the Ukraine qualifier are still on sale, priced £5 for adults and £2.50 for concessions. Visit the Shrewsbury Town website or call (01743) 273943 to purchase.
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