Wegman could call up midfielder Jill Rourd (Arsenal) and goalkeeper Sarri van Vienendal (PSV) for the upcoming matches. Both were injured last month. Montpellier HSC defender Anuc Decker (thigh) and Cobarbergs / Gothenburg goalkeeper (concussion) are on their way back with injuries, but the upcoming international matches are coming early.
The Netherlands and Kosovo met in Pristina last month for the first time in history. Leeuwinnen won their European Championship qualification match, 0-6. The goals were scored by Katia Snowwijs (three times), Daniel van de Donck, Licky Martins and Vivienne Miedema.
The Netherlands national team and “Team USA”, number one in FIFA classification, will face each other for the tenth time in history on Friday, 27 November. It is also the first time the two countries have played against each other after the 2019 World Cup Final in Lyon, where the United States was very strong 2-0. Lewinen, who is currently fourth in the FIFA rankings, has not lost a 12-match loss in a row since losing the World Cup Final with nine caps and three draws. This puts the old record, from October 2009 to December 2010 under national coaches Roger Regner and Vera Paw (10 x wins, 4 x equal), on the horizon.
The complete group of 23 players, with ten players from the women’s Eredivisie, is as follows: Lineth Berenstein (Bayern Munich), Merrill van Dongen (Atletico Madrid), Daniel van de Donck (Arsenal), Daphne van Domcellar (FC) Twenty), Kika Van S (FC Twenty), Ceska Falkertzma (FC Twenty), Stephanie van der Graght (Ajax), Jackie Gruen (Manchester United), Renat Janssen (FC Twenty), Dominic Janssen (Wolfsburg VFL) ), Inessa Cagman (Brighton & Hove) (Albion), Danik Kirkdijk (Brighton and Hove Albion), Liz Cobb (Ajax), Lake Martins (Barcelona), Vivienne Miedema (Arsenal), Annick Nowwin (PSV), Jill Rord ( Arsenal), Chanis Van de Sanden (VFL). Wolfsburg), Joel Smits (PSV), Katia Snowwig (FC Girondan de Bordeaux), Sherida Spetsy (Valringa), Sari Van Vendal (PSV) and Lyn Wilms (FC Twente).