It was a pretty predictable squad as head coach Ylva Martinsen presented on Tuesday afternoon.
Forwardsstjärnan Hanna Olsson, who broke with the island of Djurgården in January, was despite the fact that her preparation has been special.
Since the break with Djurgården has Hanna Olsson trained with his old club in the Archipelago, but in addition to the three internationals, in February, she has not played any matches.
Despite the hesitated never coach Martinsen on to give her a world CUP ticket.
"I know she worked hard to get in shape for the world CUP, so I'm not worried," says Ylva Martinsen.
is not the only world CUP player who had special conditions.
the Change of the SM-finals, which means that the quarter-, semi - and finals are decided in best-of-five matches instead of best of three as in the past, resulting in additional some of the world CUP-the players have had an involuntary far matchuppehåll.
AIK's national team player Lisa Johansson and Sabina Küller and Brynäs Erika Grahm for example, has not played any match since February 17.
"We must make the best of the conditions, and we will put the highest speed right from the first practice to ensure that all quickly get up matchtempot," says Ylva Martinsen.
– Then, it is clear that it feels really good that we have a friendly match against Japan before the world CUP premiere, " she continues.
the Swedish world CUP squad is the 17-year-old forward Lina Ljungblom.
Ljungblom is one of Sweden's greatest talents, and after having played in three U18 world CHAMPIONSHIPS, she now chance in a senior world CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Lina has been with us in the Indoor during the season and she has proved that she is a scorer of rank, even at senior level, " says Ylva Martinsen.
the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in Finland will start on 4 april. Sweden meets Germany in the first match.
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