ENGLAND take on Wales in the 2019 Fifa Women’s Cup group one qualifier at St Mary’s Stadium on Friday, April 6.
The Lionesses are in good form after they drew 2-2 with Germany in the SheBelieves Cup in New York.
Phil Neville’s side will win that competition if they beat hosts the USA in their final match on Thursday.
The clash with Wales will be Neville’s first home game in charge.
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Undefeated in qualifying so far, the Lionesses face near neighbours and group rivals Wales. It’s your chance to see the likes of Stephanie Houghton, Fran Kirby and Jodie Taylor as The Lionesses look to build on their good start, aiming to secure automatic qualification to the finals in France in 2019.
England last played in Southampton in 2006, beating Hungary 2-0 in a World Cup qualifier with goals from Vicky Exley and Alex Scott.
The Lionesses kicked off their qualification campaign in style with a 6-0 win over Russia in September.
They will also face Bosnia & Herzegovina and Kazakhstan in group one.
Captain Houghton said: ‘We’re really looking forward to this game.
‘It’s a long time since we’ve played at a Premier League ground.
‘It’s going to be a massive game against Wales and key to our World Cup qualifying campaign.
‘We’ve not been to the south coast for a while so we’re hoping we’ll get as many fans as possible to come and support us.’
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