Liverpool goalkeeper Rylee Foster will be hoping to be given the opportunity to make her senior debut for Canada this month after being named in head coach Bev Priestman’s latest squad.
The 22-year-old keeper received her first senior call-up for her country in February after impressing for Liverpool in their group fixtures in this season’s FA Women’s Continental League Cup. The youngster’s most impressive performance arguably came in The Reds’ 3-1 victory over top tier side Manchester United at Prenton Park in October.
FAWSL Full-Time have received an official press release from Canada Soccer this afternoon confirming head coach Priestman’s latest squad for the upcoming friendlies against Wales and England and Foster is one of four English-based players included in the group.
Foster is joined by experienced Tottenham Hotspur defender Shelina Zadorsky, who impressed in the recent SheBelieves Cup tournament, Chelsea midfielder Jessie Fleming and Manchester City’s Janine Beckie. West Ham United forward Adriana Leon is likely to have been included but she is currently recovering from surgery on her foot.
Canada are scheduled to face Wales at the Leckwith Stadium in Cardiff on Friday 9 April before travelling to the bet365 Stadium in Stoke for a fixture against England on Tuesday 13 April.