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Mark Sampson has announced his squad for England final World Cup qualifier.
England travel to Montenegro later this month for their last Group 6 match on Wednesday 17th September in Petrovac (3pm BST), having already qualified for next summer's FIFA Women's World Cup. The Lionesses beat Wales 4-0 last month to secure top spot and qualification to Canada 2015.
Goalkeepers Becky Spencer and Rachael Laws get their first call ups to the senior set up. Birmingham City's Spencer and Laws, from FA WSL 2 leaders Sunderland, have both been involved with England youth teams, with Spencer being a key part of the England Under-19 squad that won the Euros in 2009.
Sampson said: "Having qualified for next summer's World Cup gives us the opportunity to work with some different players and try some new things for this camp, such as working with other goalkeepers.
"However, we want to finish this qualifying campaign just as we've played throughout, with a strong attacking performance and hopefully, another win.
"All of our matches now, such as this and our upcoming match at Wembley against Germany, are a really important part of our preparation for Canada."
England's next home match is on Sunday 23rd November when they take on Germany at Wembley - the first time England Women will play at the new stadium.
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