Everton forward Toni Duggan will miss the rest of the WSL season after announcing his pregnancy.
The former Manchester City, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid forward returned to her first club last summer.
Duggan, 31, will continue to train lightly at Everton but she will not be in matches for the rest of the 2022/23 season as she prepares for the arrival of her first child.
Manchester City’s Chloe Kelly and Chelsea’s Fran Kirby have both been called up to England’s 24-man Lionesses squad ahead of friendlies against world champions USA and Czech Republic.
The front pair missed out on the Lionesses’ World Cup qualifiers last month but are now fit enough to make a comeback, with Sarina Wiegman choosing to bring the duo back straight to the screen.
Sky Sports has announced that they will be broadcasting the Scottish Women’s Premier League for the first time.
Sports sky will show live Scottish Women’s Premier League (SWPL) action from this season and become the main sponsor of the SWPL League Cup for the next seven campaigns.
A minimum of five SWPL or League Cup matches will be broadcast live exclusively each season from 2022/23, with the option to add five more.
Defending champion Rangers – who ended the 14-year reign of the city of Glasgow – currently top SWPL 1 from Celtic and Glasgow City in goal difference after six games.