Lucy Bronze has returned to the England squad for the friendly against two-time world champions Germany on 27 October.
The Manchester City defender has not featured for the Lionesses since November 2019.
Lyon forward Nikita Parris is also in Phil Neville’s 28-player squad, which includes the likes of uncapped Manchester United forward Ella Toone.
The fixture in Wiesbaden, which is England’s first game since March, will be shown live on BBC Two (15:00 GMT).
While there is no place for Atletico Madrid’s Toni Duggan or injured Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs, Parris rejoins the group after missing September’s training camp because of Covid-19-related travel restrictions.
Toone, who has started the season in good form, is one of seven uncapped players in the squad alongside club team-mate Millie Turner, Esme Morgan, Niamh Charles, Grace Fisk, Sandy MacIver and Hannah Hampton.
“They’ve been picked because of their performances and because I believe they are good enough to play against Germany,” said Neville.
“I’ve told some of the younger players, ‘you are in because you deserve to be and because of the performances I have seen over the last five, six, and seven weeks’.
“Toni [Duggan] is one of those players that I have probably picked more than any other player. She is a really top player but has probably suffered because the Spanish league has started later.
“She has only had two games and is probably just a little bit behind everyone else in terms of games played and chances to impress.”
Following the trip to Germany, England’s next match will come against Norway at Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane ground on 1 December.