The international break carries on and the situation is getting clearer with regards to the Euro 22 qualifiers.
Here is where the Arsenal players are at:
England Arsenal callups
Leah Williamson, Lotte Wubben-Moy, Jordan Nobbs, Beth Mead.
They will play two in-squad friendlies as their game against Norway was called off due to Covid-19 concerns. The first game ended 8-1 to the away team. England have qualified as tournament hosts.
Williamson and Wubben-Moy seem to be forming an impressive partnership.
Scotland Arsenal callups
Kim Little, Jennifer Beattie, Lisa Evans.
A really poor result for Scotland with a 1-0 away defeat in Portugal. They trail Finland and Portugal by four points and need to beat those two teams at home, starting with Finland on Tuesday, otherwise they will be watching the Euros on TV.
Netherlands Arsenal callups
Danielle van de Donk, Jill Roord,
They are already through. Both played in the friendly against the USA. The Netherlands were poor and deservedly got beat 2-0 in a prestigious friendly that was a rematch of the last World-Cup final.
They play a dead rubber on Tuesday against Kosovo, so hopefully both players will be rested.
Germany Arsenal callups
Leonie Maier celebrated her 75th Germany cap against Greece.
Germany are already through and will play on Tuesday away to Ireland and rotation is expected as they will give a first cap to Chelsea’s keeper, Ann-Kathrin Berger, in that game.
Ireland Arsenal callups
This is the decisive game for Ireland against Germany. They will need to win unless Ukraine fail to beat Montenegro. Germany could rest a few key players and give fringe players a game, which could help Ireland. Still, it is a huge mountain to climb and finishing runner-up would be a huge achievement in those circumstances.
Switzerland Arsenal callups
Lia Walti, Malin Gut.
The Swiss only need a draw on Tuesday in Leuven away to Belgium to qualify for the Euros.
Austria Arsenal callups
She took part in the top of table clash that ended up with a 3-0 win for France. A disappointing performance as she was at fault for Renard’s opener, missing the ball from a corner. Austria should qualify as one of the best three runner-ups if they beat Serbia on Tuesday. Otherwise, they might have go through the play-offs.
Hopefully, no one will come back injured as December will be a busy month with Birmingham at home, Manchester City away and Everton at home.
In order to stay in the title race at least seven points, if not nine, will be needed to stay close to leaders Manchester United and Chelsea.