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Fri 17 September 2021, 10:15|Tottenham Hotspur

After two wins from two, Spurs Women take a break from Barclays FA Women’s Super League (WSL) action this weekend as the first international break of the year has arrived with several players set to feature for their countries over the next week.

Josie Green and Esther Morgan’s Wales will be seeking a strong start to their FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign on Friday when Kazakhstan visit Llanelli. Following their game against Kazakhstan, Wales will travel to Parnu to face Estonia on Tuesday evening.

Wales are aiming to reach the finals of a major tournament for the first time at the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand under the guidance of new Head Coach Gemma Grainger.

Tinja Riikka-Korpela’s Finland are also targeting a berth at the upcoming World Cup and will be keen for a positive start to their campaign on Tuesday when they host Slovakia in Turku.

Forward Kyah Simon has withdrawn from Australia's camp in Ireland after picking up an injury in Sunday's WSL win at Manchester City.

Elsewhere, So-hyun Cho’s South Korea get their AFC Asian Cup qualifiers underway with matches against their Group E opponents. Mongolia are first up on Friday before they travel to Uzbekistan next Thursday (23 September).

Here’s the full list of international matches likely to involve our players over the next week (all kick-off times are UK)...

Friday 17 September

So-hyun Cho - Mongolia v South Korea - 12pm

Josie Green, Esther Morgan - Wales v Kazakhstan - 7.15pm

Tuesday 21 September

Tinja Rikka-Korpela – Finland v Slovakia - 4.15pm

Josie Green, Esther Morgan - Estonia v Wales - 6pm

Thursday 23 September

So hyun-Cho - South Korea v Uzbekistan - 12pm