Katie Chapman tells TheFA.com she expects plenty of local support on Thursday.
England v Austria
World Cup Qualifier
7.45pm, Thursday 20 April
Katie Chapman hopes seeing a few familiar faces in the crowd on Thursday night will inspire her to help England overcome Austria.
The Charlton footballer, who lives in Sidcup - just a short drive from Gillingham, the venue for England's crucial World Cup Qualifier, can expect plenty of local support as the host nation strives to reach China 2007.
"I've had a lot of people asking for tickets and a lot of people coming to watch," said the 23 year old, who will pick up her 48th cap.
"My partner has a football team, he manages a men's side, they all want to come and watch. People from schools want to come and watch and lots of family too," she added.
England currently top their qualifying group with ten points from their four games, just one point clear of Holland and three ahead of France who they drew 0-0 with at Blackburn on 26 March.
Despite leading the group at the halfway stage, Chapman insists England must not rest on their laurels and should press for more points.
"We can't take our foot off the pedal. We need points from every single game," she added.
Tickets for the match are on sale from the Gillingham FC ticket office and ticket hotline - 01634 300000.
Tickets are priced at £5 for adults and £2.50 for concessions.