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Jayne Ludlow has named her latest Wales Women's squad for their upcoming FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifier against Russia.
Wales take on Russia in St Petersburg on October 24 as they look to build on last month's 1-0 victory over Kazakhstan. Ludlow has again chosen a youthful squad, with youngsters Amina Vine coming into the senior squad after featuring for the intermediate teams. Meanwhile, Peyton Vincze - who was named FAW Women's Young Player of the Year recently - wins a senior call up.
Wales are currently second in Group 1, with England leading the way after their 6-0 victory over Russia in September.
"It's going to be a tough challenge, but one that the squad are very much looking forward to," said Ludlow. "It's a test against a second ranked nation in the group and a test to see how far we have come in the last few years.
"We have a young group travelling with us - Amina Vine has been brought in from the Under-17s and Alice Griffiths is another of those - but amongst them we have plenty of experience with players who have been internationals for many years now.
"Hopefully that will help give us the experience we need to enjoy the challenge ahead."
Wales squad: Claire Skinner, Laura O'Sullivan, Loren Dykes, Gemma Evans, Hayley Ladd, Rhiannon Roberts, Rachel Rowe, Amina Vine, Alice Griffiths, Sophie Ingle, Jessica Fishlock, Angharad James, Charlie Estcourt, Kylie Nolan, Nadia Lawrence, Kayleigh Green, Chloe Chivers, Natasha Harding, Peyton Vincze, Grace Thomas.
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