Malta’s women’s national team will be playing two matches against Andorra in the UEFA Nations League at the end of the month and head coach Manuela Tesse has announced her provisional 27-player squad.
Malta is set to face Andorra first in a home match on Friday, October 27 (kick-off: 8pm) at the Centenary Stadium and again on Tuesday, October 31in an away fixture at the Estadi Comunal d’Andorra La Vella, (kick-off: 7pm).
Malta are leaders of League C Group 1, after winning against both Latvia and Moldova in the first two games played last September. On the other hand, Andorra won against Moldova and lost their home game against Latvia.
The team is set to start training together this Sunday. Of note is the inclusion of experienced player Dorianne Theuma, who missed the first two games due to injury.
WNT Provisional Player Squad
Giulia D’Antuono (Mgarr United FC), Patricia Ebejer (Mgarr United FC), Janice Xuereb (Birkirkara FC).
Rebecca Bajada (Mgarr United FC), Amy Busuttil (Hibernians FC), Mariah Cardona (Birkirkara FC), Jessica Lee Dimech (Swieqi United FC), Stephania Farrugia (Birkirkara FC), Emma Lipman (FC Como Women – ITA), Georgiana Mifsud (Valletta FC), Valentina Rapa (Birkirkara FC), Ann Marie Said (Birkirkara FC), Emma Xuereb (Swieqi United FC), Charlene Zammit (Birkirkara FC).
Brenda Borg (Mgarr United FC), Rachel Cuschieri (UC Sampdoria Women – ITA), Veronique Mifsud (Birkirkara FC), Nicole Sciberras (Hibernians FC), Dorianne Theuma (Swieqi United FC), Shona Zammit (Swieqi United FC).
Leah Alice Ayres (Hibernians FC), Haley Bugeja (Inter Women – ITA), Ylenia Carabott (London Seaward FC – ENG), Yulya Carella (Mgarr United FC), Maria Farrugia (Lewes LFC – ENG), Alishia Sultana (Birkirkara FC), Kailey Willis (As Meran Women – ITA).
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