Thirteen of our players were in international action over April. Scroll down to find out who played and how they fared.
Danielle Van de Donk scored four in a fine performance for Netherlands on Tuesday night as they ran out 7-0 winners over Chile.
Vivianne Miedema also found the back of the net, meaning she’s now scored 100 international goals across all age groups, while Dominique Bloodworth started in defence.
Four days earlier Miedema scored in their comfortable 2-0 friendly win over Mexico. Bloodworth, Van de Donk and Sari van Veenendaal all started.
Beth Mead opened the scoring in England’s 2-1 win over Spain on Tuesday night.
The 23-year-old provided the finishing touch to a flowing team move in the 36th minute, before Ellen White doubled their advantage shortly after the break.
Aitana Bonmati pulled one back for the visitors in the 67th minute, but Leah Williamson stood strong in defence to drag the Lionesses over the line.
Kim Little scored the game’s only goal as Scotland secured a famous 1-0 friendly win over Brazil on Tuesday night.
Our captain combined with Lizzie Arnot on a dangerous counter-attack in the 38th minute, before popping up inside the box to fire past Aline Villares Reis. Little played the entirety of the fixture, while Lisa Evans came on for the second half.
Our Scottish duo also played 90 minutes in their 1-1 draw with Scotland on Friday night.
Katie McCabe scored for the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday night, but she was unable to stop them from slipping to a narrow 2-1 friendly defeat to Italy.
Our versatile winger opened the scoring inside three minutes, before the hosts struck twice through Barbara Bonansea and Daniele Sabatino to secure all three points. Louise Quinn played 90 minutes in defence.
Katrine Veje played the entirety of Denmark’s 4-0 friendly defeat to France on Tuesday night.
Delphine Cascarino scored twice, before Griedge Mbock Bathy and Valerie Gauvin furthered their advantage.
Pauline Peyraud-Magnin made her France debut against Japan on Thursday, but she was unfortunately substituted in the 23rd minute after sustaining a knee injury.
France then went on to win 3-1 courtesy of goals from Valeria Gauvin, Eugenie Le Summer and Kadidiatou Diani.
Viktoria Schnaderbeck made her first appearance for Austria since returning from injury on Tuesday night, as they were beaten 2-0 by Sweden.
Sofia Jakobsson and Nathalie Bjorn scored for the visitors.
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