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Scotland captain Rachel Corsie will return from injury and be available to play two matches against New Zealand in a double header next month.
She will be joined by uncapped Abbi Grant who has been named in the squad.
The 22-year-old striker has been in impressive form for Glasgow City of late and has been rewarded by Shelley Kerr. Grant has represented Scotland at under-15s, under-17s and under-19s level.
Lucy Graham also returns to the squad, with Rachael Small and Lana Clelland both missing out through injury.
The two matches against New Zealand will act as preparation for Scotland as they aim to reach their first ever World Cup, having won their opening two fixtures.
This will be the second time this year the national team has visited Spain after the team lost to Norway and drew with Russia in another double header of friendles in January in La Manga.
The first match against New Zealand will take place on Saturday 3rd March, kick off 4pm and the teams will then meet again on Tuesday 6th March at 10am (both kick off times are GMT). Both matches will be played at the Pinatar Football Arena in San Pedro del Pinatar.
The Scottish FA have announced that the crucial match against Poland will take place at the Paisley 2021 Stadium on Tuesday 10th April, kick-off TBC. The match will be the second of Scotland's next competitive double header, where they will play Switzerland away from home on Thursday, 5th April in Schaffhausen.
This will be the second consecutive match Scotland have played in Paisley, following the 5-1 win over Albania in October last year.
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