France, Switzerland and Sweden all won their World Cup 2015 qualifying matches on Thursday.
On Thursday, France defeated Austria 3-1 thanks to the side's Lyonnaises Louisa Necib, Amandine Henry and Wendie Renard. Bouhaddi, Bussaglia, Thomis and Le Sommer were also in the starting line-up while Tonazzi came off the bench, and Franco did not come on. With two wins from two, France sit second in their qualifying group behind Finland, but Les Bleues have a match in hand.
Lara Dickenmann's Switzerland returned from Denmark with a precious 1-0 victory courtesy of Bachmann. The wins sees the Swiss team maintain their 100 per cent record after three games.
Lotta Schelin netted a brace in Sweden's 5-0 victory over the Faroe Islands. Sweden have also won their opening three games, matching group leaders Scotland who have played one more match.
On Wednesday, Megan Rapinoe played in the USA's 1-1 draw in a friendly with New Zealand.
OL's internationals rejoin the rest of the squad on Saturday morning for a final training session ahead of the first division match away to Yzeure.