As City have two & a half weeks break, see which players will partake in the International break

England Women Training Session & Media Session
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As the International break for the men just came to a close, now the Women are preparing to represent their nations as Manchester City takes a break for two and a half weeks. 

After a 4-1 win over Liverpool in the Women's Super League on the weekend and Chelsea's loss to Arsenal in the FA League Cup final, Man City go into the break alone at the top of the table. At the same time, that doesn't mean that City are three points clear, as Chelsea do have an extra game to play. But, during this break, it will be the cityzens who will lead the way. 

Here is your complete guide to who will participate in this international break. 

England - Euro Qualifiers 

Chloe Kelly, Esme Morgan, Jess Park, Khiara Keating, Alex Greenwood, Lauren Hemp. 

Scotland - Euro Qualifiers 

Sandy Maclver. 

Netherlands - Euro Qualifiers 

Kerstin Casparji. 

Spain - Euro Qualifers 

Laia Aleixandri. 

Sweden - Euro Qualifiers 

Fillipa Angeldahl 

England U23s - Euro Qualifiers 

Laura Blindkilde Brown, Ruby Mace. 

Japan - She Believes Cup

Yui Hasegawa. 

Catalonia - International friendlies 

Leila Ouahabi 

Australia - International friendlies 

Mary Fowler, Alanna Kennedy. 


At such a vital point of the season, Gareth Taylor will surely share some of the thoughts that fellow manager Pep Guardiola expressed, which was basically that the City's men manager wouldn't be watching the international games and would see who had and hadn't survived when they turned up. 

Gareth Taylor and Man City only have four remaining fixtures between now and the end of the season. These are four highly important games that will all need to end in big wins for the Cityznes. Relying on Chelsea failing to claim three points in their five WSL tasks shouldn't be the way for City to work. 

But for now, focus and attention will be on the international games that start on Friday, April 5th.