Club rivalry has been put to one side for this Lionesses camp, according to England Women internationals Millie Bright and Ellie Roebuck.
The Chelsea and Manchester City players are set to clash at the end of this month in a crunch fixture in the Women’s Super League title race with only two points separating the sides at the summit with three fixtures left.
City’s Esme Morgan was the latest person to be called up to the squad on Tuesday for the games with France and Canada, taking the total number of players from the WSL’s top two clubs to 15 out of the 25.
Bright, who has starred for leaders Chelsea this season, said: “Nothing has been said, it is a matter of staying in your lane day by day and that is how we see ourselves and our mentality.
“When it comes to crunch time there are no friends I am afraid and we will have to get the job done.”
Before Chelsea and City meet on April 25, England travel to France on Friday and then host Canada at Stoke on Tuesday in their final matches before interim boss Hege Riise picks her 18 players for the Great Britain squad at this…