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Trio receive England recalls
 Women's Football News 10 Jul 2014
Mark Sampson has chosen his long squad for England's match against Sweden in Hartlepool next month. 
Arsenal's Jordan Nobbs and Chelsea's Claire Rafferty return to the squad following injuries. Nobbs, who is from Hartlepool, came on as a substitute on Sunday in Arsenal's 3-0 win over Chelsea in the FA WSL Continental Cup. Rafferty has been back in domestic action since May, following an ACL injury.
Birmingham City's Jo Potter is included for the first time since May 2007 and Arsenal's Danielle Carter gets a call up after joining the senior squad for a training camp in La Manga in January.
England take on Sweden on Sunday 3rd August at Victoria Park stadium (2pm). The international comes ahead of England's crucial FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup qualifier against Wales on 21st August. England travel to Wales needing just one point to secure qualification for the tournament, which takes place in Canada next summer.
Sweden are currently ranked fifth in the FIFA rankings and Sampson believes the match is good preparation for the upcoming qualifier.
He said: "It's great to have Jordan and Claire back in the squad after their injuries. Jordan had a fantastic Cyprus Cup and brings a real energy to the group, on the pitch you can see her enthusiasm for the game bursting through which is a real help to the team. Claire deserves huge credit for her recovery and is now back enjoying her football and playing well for Chelsea.
"We are looking forward to the Sweden match, it's the next game on the journey so the challenge is to be better than we were last time out - and this time against really world class opposition.
"We will be playing in front of our own supporters which is something we love, so the whole group is really going to give everything to put on a positive performance for them and try our best to get the win."
Tickets for the match are on sale now priced £5 for adults and £2.50 for children. A family ticket (two adults and two children) is available at £10 and group booking discounts apply. Tickets can be purchased by calling 01429 272 584 (option 2), via TheFA.com's ticketing page or at the Hartlepool United ticket office.
England squad: 
 Karen BARDSLEY   Manchester City   37   0 
 Siobhan CHAMBERLAIN   Arsenal   31   0 
 Rachel BROWN-FINNIS   Everton   82   0 
 Carly TELFORD   Notts County   3   0 
 Gemma BONNER   Liverpool   4   1 
 Sophie BRADLEY   Notts County   28   0 
 Lucy BRONZE   Liverpool   13   1 
 Alex GREENWOOD   Everton   3   0 
 Steph HOUGHTON   Manchester City   48   7 
 Alex SCOTT   Arsenal   114   12 
 Casey STONEY   Arsenal   117   6 
 Demi STOKES   University of South Florida   7   1 
 Claire RAFFERTY   Chelsea   6   0 
 Anita ASANTE   LdB Malmo   70   2 
 Laura BASSETT   Chelsea   40   1 
 Jade MOORE   Birmingham City   12   1 
 Jill SCOTT   Manchester City   82   13 
 Fara WILLIAMS   Liverpool   129   37 
 Jo POTTER   Birmingham City   11   0 
 Jordan NOBBS   Arsenal   13   3 
 Karen CARNEY   Birmingham City   96   18 
 Dunia SUSI   Notts County   21   0 
 Eniola ALUKO   Chelsea   83   26 
 Jess CLARKE   Notts County   46   10 
 Gemma DAVISON   Liverpool   5   0 
 Natasha DOWIE   Liverpool   13   5 
 Toni DUGGAN   Manchester City   20   12 
 Francesca KIRBY   Reading FC Women   0   0 
 Lianne SANDERSON   Boston Breakers   37   11 
 Kelly SMITH   Arsenal   117   46 
 Jodie TAYLOR   Washington Spirit   0   0 
 Danielle CARTER   Arsenal   0   0 

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