Chloe has her eye on 14th cap after squad call-up Defender in impressive form
Erskine’s Chloe Arthur will return to the Scotland Women’s squad for their upcoming clashes against New Zealand, Switzerland and Poland.
The defender, 23, will be hoping to add to the 13 caps that she has already earned having featured at last summer’s European Championships in the Netherlands.
Arthur currently plays her football south of the border with Women’s Super League One side Bristol City, having joined the Vixens from Hibernian Ladies back in January 2016.
She extended her stay by signing a new contract last summer.
Arthur is joined in the Scotland squad by skipper Rachel Corsie who will return from injury and be available to play two matches against New Zealand.
The pair will also be joined by uncapped Abbi Grant who has been named in the squad.
The 22-year-old striker has been in impressive form for Glasgow City of late and has been rewarded by Shelley Kerr.
The two matches against New Zealand will act as preparation for Scotland as they aim to reach their first World Cup, having won their opening two fixtures.
Their next competitive match is on Thursday, April 5 against Switzerland away from home before they play Poland in Scotland five days later.
This will be the second time this year the national team has visited Spain after the team lost to Norway and drew with Russia in January in La Manga.
Scotland Women’s National Team squad: Go a l k e e p e r s : L e e Alexander (Glasgow City), Jenna Fife ( Hibernian), Shannon Lynn ( Vittsjo GIK).
Defenders: Chloe Arthur ( Bristol City), Jennifer Beattie ( Manchester City), Rachel Corsie ( Unattached), Frankie Brown ( Bristol City), Sophie Howard ( TSG 1899 Hoffenheim), Rachel McLauchlan (Hibernian), Emma Mitchell (Arsenal), Kirsty Smith (Hibernian).
Midfielders: Leanne Crichton (Glasgow City), Erin Cuthbert (Chelsea), Hayley Lauder (Glasgow City), Joanne Love (Glasgow City), Caroline Weir ( Liverpool), Lucy Graham (Hibernian).
Forwa rd s : Fi o na Brown ( FC Rosengård), Abbi Grant ( Glasgow City), Claire Emslie ( Manchester City), Lisa Evans (Arsenal), Christie Murray (Unattached), Jane Ross (Manchester City).