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International fixtures - who's playing where and when...

Posted on 8 November 2016  - 16:42

The latest round of international action is upon us – and it gets underway on Wednesday (November 9) with our Dutch and Belgian players going head-to-head!

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Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen are in the Belgium squad that’s set to meet a Netherlands outfit including Vincent Janssen and Michel Vorm in Amsterdam as both sides warm up for 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers next week.

Our England contingent, meanwhile, have matches against rivals Scotland and Spain to look forward to at Wembley, although left-back Ben Davies won’t see any action for Wales – he’s been forced to withdraw from the squad with an ankle injury.

Here’s a full run-down of international fixtures involving our players over the next two weeks (all kick-off times are UK)…

Wednesday, November 9
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters – England Under-20s Continental Cup match against Nigeria in South Korea – kick-off 8am
Vincent Janssen and Michel Vorm / Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen – Netherlands home friendly against Belgium – kick-off 7.45pm
Jack Roles – Cyprus Under-19s away European Championship qualifier against Croatia – kick-off 12noon

Thursday, November 10
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters – England Under-20s Continental Cup match against South Korea in South Korea – kick-off 8am
Harry Winks – England Under-21s home friendly against Italy at Southampton – kick-off 7.45pm
Jaden Brown, Jon Dinzeyi and Japhet Tanganga – England Under-18s home match against Poland at Stevenage – tickets available via Stevenage FC – kick-off 7pm

Friday, November 11
Heung-Min Son – South Korea home friendly against Canada – kick-off 11am
Eric Dier, Harry Kane, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker – England home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Scotland – kick-off 7.45pm
Christian Eriksen – Denmark home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Kazakhstan – kick-off 7.45pm
Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko – France home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Sweden – kick-off 7.45pm
Pau Lopez – Spain Under-21s away European Championship qualifier against Austria – kick-off 5.30pm

Saturday, November 12
Cameron Carter-Vickers – USA home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Mexico – kick-off 12.45am
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters – England Under-20s Continental Cup match against Iran in South Korea – kick-off 8am
Victor Wanyama – Kenya home friendly against Mozambique – kick-off 11am
Kevin Wimmer – Austria home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Republic of Ireland – kick-off 5pm

Sunday, November 13
Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen – Belgium home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Estonia – kick-off 7.45pm
Vincent Janssen and Michel Vorm – Netherlands away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg – kick-off 5pm

Monday, November 14
Harry Winks – England Under-21s away friendly against France – kick-off 7.45pm
Jaden Brown, Jon Dinzeyi and Japhet Tanganga – England Under-18s home match against France at Peterborough – kick-off 7pm

Tuesday, November 15
Heung-Min Son – South Korea home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Uzbekistan – kick-off 11am
Victor Wanyama – Kenya home friendly against Liberia – kick-off 11am
Eric Dier, Harry Kane, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker – England home friendly against Spain – kick-off 8pm
Christian Eriksen – Denmark away friendly against Czech Republic – kick-off 7.30pm
Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko – France home friendly against Ivory Coast – kick-off 8pm
Pau Lopez – Spain Under-21s home European Championship qualifier against Austria – kick-off 5pm
Kevin Wimmer – Austria home friendly against Slovakia – kick-off 6.45pm

Wednesday, November 16
Cameron Carter-Vickers – USA away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Costa Rica – kick-off 2.05am

Midway through last month, young goalkeeper Tom Glover kept two clean sheets for Australia Under-19s in their three group stage matches at the AFC Under-19 Championship in Bahrain. Tom was in goal for a 1-0 win against China, followed by a 3-2 defeat to Uzbekistan and a goalless draw with Tajikistan but those results were insufficient for them to qualify for the quarter-finals of the tournament and, consequently, his nation also missed out on a place at next year’s FIFA Under-20 World Cup.