The only change to the squad of 30 players from May's two victories over Northern Ireland and Iceland sees Charlton Athletic's Eniola Aluko return in place of Blackburn Rovers' Katie Anderton.
Arsenal's Faye White, fresh from her MBE at Buckingham Palace last week is also due to jet back from Canada where she has signed a short-term contract to play in the USL W-League, which ends on 21 July.
"Faye missed a massive proportion of last season coming back from her ACL injury and she really needs to test her knee in difficult, competitive conditions" said Head Coach Hope Powell.
"When Faye came back into the squad last month it was easy to see that she needed to build her confidence and when you're short of match play, it's difficult to replicate the conditions required, even in an intense training environment.
"Faye is experienced enough to know that her reactions and decision making were a little bit off in the games against Northern Ireland and Iceland so we pursued a number of avenues for her.
"A lot of credit must go to Mo [Marley - the England U19 Head Coach] as her relationship with Ottawa Fury has ensured that Faye has been able to go and play for them. I am also very grateful to Vic Akers at Arsenal who allowed Faye to travel to Canada, especially as she is employed at the club."
"After Everton met them on a pre-season tour last season, Mo was very complimentary about their set-up, and the coaching staff have ensured that Faye will be well looked after, for which we are obviously very grateful."
The Fury have a tremendous record over the past four seasons, qualifing for the W-League Championship Finals in each of the last four years, losing in the semi-finals in 2003 and 2004 and in the final to New Jersey and Vancouver in 2005 and 2006. The club was also the W-League regular season champion in 2005.
Faye made her debut for the Fury last night in a 3-2 victory over the star-studded Jersey Sky Blue at Carleton University’s Keith Harris Stadium. The Sky Blue boasted USA players Casey Nogueira and Tobin Heath, Switzerland's Lara Dickenmann, Iceland's Erla Arnardottir and Brazilian, Formiga.
England U23 players Rachel Axon and Jodie Taylor are also at the Fury, with both players getting on the scoresheet in their last two fixtures before last night.
TheFA.com will be speaking to Faye later today to find out how her first match went, as well as getting all the details from her MBE presentation at Buckingham Palace last week.
Rachel Brown (Everton), Siobhan Chamberlain (Bristol Academy), Carly Telford (Sunderland), Kay Hawke (Blackburn Rovers)
Faye White, Alex Scott, Mary Phillip (all Arsenal), Casey Stoney, Michelle Hickmott (both Charlton Athletic), Rachel Unitt, Lindsay Johnson (both Everton) Laura Bassett (Birmingham City), Stephanie Houghton (Sunderland), Corinne Yorston (Bristol Academy)
Emily Westwood, Fara Williams, Kelly McDougall, Jill Scott (Everton) Anita Asante, Katie Chapman, Kelly Smith (all Arsenal) Vicky Exley (Doncaster Rovers Belles)
Jo Potter (Charlton Athletic), Sue Smith, Amanda Barr (both Leeds United), Rachel Yankey, Lianne Sanderson, Karen Carney (all Arsenal), Jody Handley (Everton), Eniola Aluko (Charlton Athletic)
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