England Head Coach Hope Powell has named a 28 player squad for a training camp at Bisham Abbey between 27 April and 1 May, as preparations begin once more for the final competitive fixture of the season.
Belarus are England's next opponents in Group 1 as The Three Lions seek to reach the 2009 UEFA European Championship in Finland.
In the corresponding fixture at Walsall FC in October 2007, England won 4-0 with a brace from Alex Scott and goals from Kelly Smith and Eniola Aluko.
England's run was halted temporarily by the Czech Republic at the Keepmoat Stadium last month following a 0-0 draw.
In a sign that all the players are being kept on their toes, another 10 players have been added to the squad, including strikers Jodie Taylor and Natasha Dowie, whilst Rachel Brown returns following a knee injury, alongside her fellow Everton 'keeper Danielle Hill.
Stephanie Houghton returns to the squad after missing out on the World Cup due to a last-minute injury, whilst Chelsea's Dani Buet is rewarded for consistent form at club and youth international level.
Following the camp, Powell will then name a squad of 20 to travel to Minsk.
In further news, World champions Germany have requested England to be their final opponents as they conclude their Beijing Olympic preparations, with a friendly international at the Sportpark Unterhaching on 17 July.
The draw for the women's Olympic tournament will be made on 20 April in Beijing and the competition runs from 6-23 August.
Carly Telford (Leeds United), Siobhan Chamberlain (Chelsea), Kay Hawke (Lincoln City), Danielle Hill (Everton), Rachel Brown (Everton), Laura Bassett (Birmingham City), Alex Scott (Arsenal), Casey Stoney (Chelsea), Faye White (Arsenal), Mary Phillip (Arsenal), Stephanie Houghton (Leeds United),
Rachel Unitt (Everton), Corinne Yorston (Bristol Academy), Lindsay Johnson (Everton), Anita Asante (Arsenal), Jill Scott (Everton), Fara Williams (Everton), Emily Westwood (Everton), Danielle Buet (Chelsea), Kelly Smith (Arsenal), Rachel Yankey (Arsenal), Sue Smith (Leeds United), Karen Carney (Arsenal), Jodie Taylor (Oregan State University), Natasha Dowie (Everton), Lianne Sanderson (Arsenal), Eniola Aluko (Chelsea), Jody Handley (Everton)
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