It is a quiet time at London Colney as many players are away with their national teams so let’s recap how they got on.
Injured players are, of course, at the training ground waiting for their colleagues to come back on Wednesday.
Viktoria Schnaderbeck and Manuela Zinsberger will play their key qualifiers on Tuesday against France in Wiener-Neustadt.
Steph Catley (inj), Lydia Williams, Caitlin Foord have no training camp for their national team as the first one with their new manager will happen during the next international window.
Leah Williamson, Beth Mead, Jordan Nobbs (inj) both players took part in the intra-squad friendly. They are already back in London as the Germany friendly has been cancelled due to a Covid-19 positive test in the Lionesses staff.
Leonie Maier (inj). Germany have qualified for the Euro 2022 and were the first team to do so as Ireland lost in Ukraine.
Katie McCabe played 90 minutes, captained Ireland, got booked and missed a penalty in their 1-0 defeat to Ukraine. ROI are nearly out of the competition as they either need to beat Germany in their final game or hope Ukraine to drop points in their remaining two games.
Jill Roord (inj). Vivianne Miedema played 90 minutes and got an assist, Danielle van de Donk played 61 minutes and scored two goals against Estonia. The Netherlands have qualified for the Euro 2022 and are the second team to do so.
Jennifer Beattie (inj), Kim Little (inj), Lisa Evans (inj). Scotland will have a crucial away game to Finland on Tuesday.
Noëlle Maritz (inj), Lia Wälti, Malin Gut. They are away to Romania and will look to consolidate their place at the top of the Group with a win.
So far, there has been no news of an Arsenal player picking up an injury which is the main concern at this point. Hopefully, the curse will not strike us again as we have two big games away to United and home to Chelsea coming up soon in the league.