Mary Earps Returns To Training Ahead of England Euro Qualifiers

Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji

The vast majority of England women’s national team players are in camp ahead of two important games in the 2025 UEFA Women’s Euro Qualifiers.

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The head coach of the team Sarina Wingman will be happy as first choice goalkeeper, Mary Earps returned to training with the team.

She came off during the game against France at St. James Park after a hip injury.

The goal minder didn’t play in the match against the Netherlands last week which was played behind closed doors.

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The former Manchester United save hands who recently completed her switch to French side, PSG took part in full training and is available for selection in the two huge games as the team look to guarantee their place at Switzerland 2025.

The first game is against the Republic of Ireland at sold out 27,137 capacity Carrow Road on Friday night.


The Qualifiers for the women's Euros are taking place this Friday.

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Thee are two huge clashes coming up for the defending champions.

England faces Republic of Ireland and Sweden. Two wins in those games will secure automatic qualification for the Lionesses.

Wingman's side occupy the third place in League A Group 3 log with seven points after four games, the same haul as second placed Sweden and two points short of leaders, France.

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