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Scotland Head Coach Shelley Kerr has named her first squad of the year for a training camp including matches against Norway and Russia in Spain, making two changes from her last squad.
Rachael Small has been reintroduced having missed out on Scotland's last two qualifiers. She was part of Hibernian's SSE Scottish Women's Cup winning squad last year and replaces Lucy Graham. Abigail Harrison is also in line for her first cap having being included after Lana Clelland had to withdraw from the original squad.
The matches will act as preparation for Scotland as they aim to reach their first ever World Cup, having won their opening two fixtures.
Their next competitive match is on Thursday, 5th April against Switzerland away from home before they play Poland in Scotland five days later.
Scotland have recently moved into the top 10 of the European rankings for the first time, rising from 11th to eighth place.
Scotland Women's National Team head coach Shelley Kerr said: "2018 is massive year for Scottish women's football as we aim to reach our first World Cup and we need to prepare well for our qualification matches.
"Being away with the squad allows us some more time to be together as a squad and test ourselves against a good standard of opposition.
"We're happy with how the squad has been shaping up recently and have kept consistency within the group for our first camp of the year."
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