Women’s national team coach Mark Gatt named a squad of twenty players ahead of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifier against Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Centenary Stadium on Tuesday, kick-off at 18:30.
The only change in the squad is the inclusion of Francesca Chircop who replaces Gabriella Zahra.
Haley Bugeja and Ylenia Carabott are still unavailable.
In March 2020, Malta lost 2-3 to Bosnia and Herzegovina at Ta’ Qali in a qualifying match from the UEFA Women’s EURO.
Patricia Ebejer (Mġarr United); Janice Xuereb (Birkirkara).
Alexandra Gatt, Maia Debono (both Mġarr United); Jessica Dimech, Jade Flask (both Swieqi United); Stephania Farrugia, Charlene Zammit (all Birkirkara); Nicole Sciberras (Tavagnacco, Italy).
Brenda Borg (Mġarr United); Kayleigh Chetcuti, Dorianne Theuma, Shona Zammit (all Swieqi United); Rachel Cuschieri (Lazio, Italy); Emma Lipman (Como Women); Ann-Marie Said, Alishia Sultana (both Birkirkara)
Martina Borg (Roma Calcio Femminile, Italy), Francesca Chircop (Mgarr United), Maria Farrugia (Sunderland Ladies, England)