That’s all from me, but we’ll have a full match report from Louise Taylor live shortly. All in all, an impressive victory for England, which they’ll look to build on in a tougher test on Sunday against Sweden. Bye for now.
Here’s the latest column from Eni Aluko, on José Mourinho and a potential turning point in Turin:
Phil Neville’s target for this round of friendlies was for fringe players to stake a claim for a World Cup place. That’s certainly been achieved, with two debutants getting on the scoresheet in Chi Ubogagu and Georgia Stanway, who was particularly impressive.
That’s that – a comprehensive victory for England, with Chioma Ubogagu, Georgia Stanway and Rachel Daly on the scoresheet.
91 mins: Stanway has a chance to make it four! Parris plays her in and with Zinzberger racing out of goal, she takes a heavy touch and fires wide. Daly, wide open in the middle, isn’t pleased.
90 mins: Three added minutes.
89 mins: Another change for Austria, Jennifer Klein replacing Billa up front.
88 mins: Stanway, player of the match for my money, almost picks out Parris with a slide-rule pass. Zinsberger is off her line quickly to clear.
86 mins: Carney, now wearing the captain’s armband, goes down under a challenge in the area – it would have been soft.
84 mins: Austria have run out of steam, a few tired looking tackles flying in as they try to keep the scoreline respectable.
Staniforth lifted the ball over the Austrian defence and into the path of Kelly, one-on-one with Zinsberger. The goalkeeper saved well with her legs but Kelly collected the rebound – but was denied by a goalline clearance. The ball landed at the feet of Stanway, whose shot was backheeled in by Daly!
After Chloe Kelly so nearly gets a goal on her debut, Rachel Daly adds to England’s lead!
So, two more debutants – a goalkeeper, and a player from outside the squad. Quite the flex from Neville.
77 mins: Two more England changes coming up – Everton forward Chloe Kelly, who was not named in the original squad, will come on alongside goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck. Duggan and Earps (obviously) make way.
75 mins: Burger goes off, replaced by her FC Sand teammate Viktoria Pinther. A centre-forward, Pinther is wearing No 4, which shouldn’t be encouraged.
73 mins: Stanway continues to be an utter nuisance to the home defence, almost getting in on goal again with her constant pressing.
England double their lead with a quickfire counter-attack, Parris teeing up Stanway, who caps a fine debut with a deft finish, lifting the ball into the top corner!
70 mins: Lovely link-up play between Duggan and George down the left, with the Everton full-back overlapping and whipping a cross towards Daly – but it’s just overhit, and collected by Zinsberger.
68 mins: Stanway is penalised for a soft foul some 40 yards from goal, and Austria have a chance to lift it in. It’s cleared, then lifted back into the area – and Burger’s shot from a tight angle rolls through to Mary Earps.
66 mins: Parris hits the post! From the corner, Austria clear but England come again, Leah Williamson picking out Parris with a fine cross from the right. Parris’s first touch is a downward header that clanks off the near post with the goalkeeper caught cold.
65 mins: A nervous moment for Weilharter, the young substitute scuffing a cross behind, and a little too close to goal.
64 mins: Mel Lawley goes off and is replaced by her Manchester City team-mate, Nikita Parris – who recently became the WSL’s all-time top scorer.
63 mins: Austria do find a gap, Burger feeding Dunst just outside the D, but her right-footed shot is straight at Earps.
61 mins: This England defence, made up of inexperienced players from four different clubs, has stood up well to Austria’s forward line so far. Worth remembering that the hosts matched England by reaching the Euro semi-finals last year – in a parallel universe, this was the final.
59 mins: Ubogagu’s goalscoring debut comes to an end – she’s replaced by Houston Dash striker Rachel Daly. That means Duggan will shift to the left side of the attack.
58 mins: Half-time has affected England’s fluency somewhat. Dunst makes her first impact on the game, looking for Zadrazil with a raking cross from the left-hand side.
57 mins: Stanway gets into space through the middle and has options either side, but opts for a shot that’s well struck, but blocked by a defender.
56 mins: A bit of a midfield scrum, broken by Zadrazil’s hopeful through ball that runs through to Earps.
54 mins: Aschauer gets forward down the left, but Hannah Blundell stands firm to stop her progress. Changes for Austria, with Barbara Dunst replacing Nadine Prohaska, and 17-year-old Yvonne Weilharter replacing Maierhofer at right-back.
52 mins: Austria are mulling changes, having failed to break England’s stride in the early stages of the second half. England could use a second goal to reflect their dominance.
50 mins: England win their fourth corner and Stanway tries to cross from an awkward angle, but sends the ball looping over the bar.
49 mins: England are straight on the front foot and Stanway tests Zinsberger with a drive from the edge of the area.
47 mins: No changes for either team at half-time. A couple of first-team regulars, Lucy Bronze and Steph Houghton, have been rested while others, including Keira Walsh and Jodie Taylor, are injured.
The second half is under way.
That’s unfortunate. To be honest, given that 25 million Americans watched the 2015 World Cup final, this whole situation must seem very odd to fans across the pond.
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Chances for both sides but the visitors have been the better team, and lead through debutant Chi Ubogagu’s close-range finish. More soon.
44 mins: Austria break upfield and Feiersinger collects the ball close to the corner flag. Her cross in towards Billa and Burger is collected by Earps.
42 mins: This is a much-changed England line-up but there’s been plenty of fluency going forward, with debutants Ubogagu and Stanway probably England’s standout players.
40 mins: “Karen Carney central!” bellows Neville, which sounds less an instruction, more a tube station renamed after the inevitable 2019 World Cup triumph.
38 mins: England keeping the hosts in their half now and win a couple of corners. From the second, Carney fires a half-volley several yards over the bar.
36 mins: Ubogagu gets free down the left, but her low cross is too close to the goalkeeper.
35 mins: ICYMI, you can see England’s opening goal, care of the official Twitter feed, below (at 25 minutes).
34 mins: A lull in proceedings, with England continuing to pass and move nicely. George bustles past Feiersinger and is hauled down on the halfway line.
31 mins: Stanway again ghosts into space between the lines and works the ball to Lawley, who cuts inside from the right and is dispossessed. She’s urged by Neville to close the defender down – he’s certainly louder here than he is on co-comms.
29 mins: Stanway has been impressive in the hole behind Duggan, and so nearly picks out the captain with a cross after cutting onto her right foot. Duggan just can’t get a finishing touch as the ball loops across goal!