England Women have been working hard at St. George's Park this week as they prepare for November's Wembley date with Germany.
Head coach Mark Sampson called together a 26-player squad to spend ten days at the national football centre earlier this month, with focus on long-term preparation for next summer's World Cup in Canada and the game against Germany.
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The Lionesses will become the first England Women's team to play at the new Wembley when they welcome Euro champions Germany on Sunday 23 November.
With over 33,000 tickets for the game already sold, it's set to attract the highest crowd to date for a women's game in England.
And those present for the game could be in for a real treat, with Sampson's squad showing their shooting skills in Monday's training session at St. George's Park.
Watch our exclusive video footage below, as 'keepers Rachel Brown-Finnis, Carly Telford, Siobhan Chamberlain and Karen Bardsley were thoroughly tested in some intense team work training.
Watch the England Women's squad in training ahead of their game with Germany at Wembley