Sarina Wiegman will face her home country this evening as England take on the Netherlands in the Women’s Nations League.
The Dutch manager led the Netherlands to Euro 2017 glory and will be reliving some great memories as she sees familiar faces.
Of course, Wiegman is now in charge of the Lionesses and this will be the first time she returns to face her former side.
England head into the game off the back of a 2-1 win over Scotland last week in their opening game of the competition.
And they’ll be confident of adding another three points as they aim to continue their incredible form, losing only one of their last 31 games under Wiegman.
This Women’s Nations League tie will take place on Tuesday, September 26.
Kick-off at Stadium Galgenwaard in Utrecht is scheduled for 7pm.
The game will be shown live and free-to-air on ITV4 with coverage beginning at 6:15pm.
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Wiegman has everyone in the England squad available for this clash.
Alessia Russo was a slight doubt but after being given some extra time off, she is now available to play for the Lionesses.
England boss Wiegman is delighted to be heading back to her home country for this Women’s Nations League clash.
«Of course, I have some memories here and so do the English. It's very nice being here,» said Wiegman.
«It's just very special. We know each other really well. I know most of the staff, the players and it's in the Netherlands so lots of people will be in the stands.
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