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Debutants Chioma Ubogagu and Georgia Stanway score to help England women to a routine friendly win over Austria women in Vienna.
Job done for England women. And that is eight games unbeaten for Phil Neville's side and just the one loss in 11 matches in 2018.
And here was the third goal for England, a messy one, but one Rachel Daly will be claiming.
This win is going to extend England women's unbeaten run to eight matches - and also give Phil Neville some selection problems. Nice problems to have before next summer's Women's World Cup in France.
England have just scored their third goal, but here is the second and it was a lovely move involving Manchester City team-mates Nikita Parris and Georgia Stanway, who scores on her debut.
Substitute Chloe Kelly has two chances to score on her international debut, but her first effort is blocked by Manuela Zinsberger with Austrian defender Carina Wenninger stopping the second attempt. But the ball falls to Karen Carney and her shot is flicked goalwards by Rachel Daly and into the net, via deflections off Zinsberger and Virginia Kirchberger.
A messy goal, but they all count.
Two more women get their international debuts for England. Chloe Kelly of Everton comes on to replace Toni Duggan up front, while Manchester City goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck comes on for Mary Earps.
Another substitution for Austria, with captain Nina Burger coming off for Victoria Pinther.
From one Manchester City player to another. Nikita Parris with the assist, Georgia Stanway with the goal.
Phil Neville handed two players their international debuts and they have both scored.
Chioma Ubogagu netted in the first half and Georgia Stanway has just added a second.
Once again substitute Nikita Parris is involved and she passes to Stanway who shoots into the roof of the net. That should be game over.
A rare chance for the hosts and captain Nina Burger scuffs a shot at goal and it is comfortably dealt with by Mary Earps.
And Parris almost makes an instant impact with her first touch. She is free at the back post and heads against the post from Leah Williamson's fine cross.
Anyway, back to the action in Vienna and we have another change for England. Nikita Parris is on, with Melissa Lawley making way.
Parris became the Women's Super League all-time top scorer at the weekend with two goals in Manchester City's 3-0 win at Liverpool to take her WSL tally to 37, one ahead of former Chelsea forward Eni Aluko.
A quick glance at Rachel Daly's Twitter account - and she's just a little bit excited at the Spice Girls reunion.Copyright: .
And just like that, Phil Neville makes his first substitution. And it is the goalscorer Chioma Ubogagu the one coming off.
Rachel Daly, who plays her club football at Houston Dash in the United States, is on and goes into a central striking role, with Toni Duggan moving out to the left.
A couple of changes for Austria, with Yvonne Weilharter and Barbara Dunst coming on in place of Nadine Prohaska and Sophie Maierhofer.
England's bench includes Jordan Nobbs, Jill Scott, Isobel Christiansen and Nikita Parris but no changes as of yet from Phil Neville.
Toni Duggan again is a threat up front for England. She gets on the end of Karen Carney's pass and attempts to hook the ball goalwards, but the angle is just too tight and her effort goes wide.
Good work from Melissa Lawley on the right wing, she gets to the byeline and fires in a low cross, but no-one is there to finish off the delivery. Georgia Stanway then volleys at goal, but it is straight at Manuela Zinsberger.