Watch England live on FATV
Tuesday, 22 November, 2011
Wednesday's Euro qualifier against Serbia is free to view online.
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England’s UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 qualifier against Serbia on Wednesday will be broadcast exclusively live and free of charge on FATV.
This is the second consecutive England Women’s game to receive FATV treatment, following last month’s live screening of the 0-0 draw away to Holland.
Once again, injured England captain Faye White will provide co-commentary and coverage will get underway at 7.25pm on Wednesday, with kick-off at 7.30pm.
Simply visit TheFA.com/FATVLive to watch the action unfold at Doncaster Rovers' Keepmoat Stadium.
Meanwhile, midfielder Steph Houghton, who scored the third goal in the Euro qualifier against Slovenia in September, is hoping England can build on their last two performances.
She said: “Against Slovenia, we felt we had to make up for our 2-2 draw out in Serbia a few days earlier and I thought we played well. We created so many chances and scored four, which was pleasing and we could have won by an even more comfortable scoreline.
“And then we proved what a good team we are by getting a result out in Holland. We defended so well for 90 minutes and we might even have scored a couple of goals as well, so we came away from that game pleased with a point.
“Now we just want to keep that momentum going against Serbia.”
Squad in full (click on each player's name for a full profile)
Karen Bardsley (Linköpings, on loan from Sky Blue), Rachel Brown (Everton), Siobhan Chamberlain (Bristol Academy)
Sophie Bradley (Nottingham Forest, on loan from Lincoln), Alex Scott (Boston Breakers), Casey Stoney (Lincoln), Dunia Susi (Birmingham City), Rachel Unitt (Everton), Fern Whelan (Everton)
Laura Bassett (Birmingham City), Dani Buet* (Chelsea), Jess Clarke (Lincoln), Steph Houghton (Arsenal), Jade Moore (Birmingham City), Jill Scott (Everton), Fara Williams (Everton), Rachel Yankey (Arsenal)
Karen Carney (Birmingham City), Natasha Dowie (Everton), Kelly Smith (Boston Breakers), Ellen White (Arsenal), Rachel Williams (Birmingham City)
* replaced Eniola Aluko from Sky Blue, who withdrew from the squad due to her legal studies