Newcastle United have a number of players out on international duty this month, with some of them set to feature in huge games which could see qualifying secured for next year's postponed European Championships.
Someone's missing out
One Toon player will miss out having initially been called up. Ryan Fraser has withdrawn from the Scotland squad having missed out on Newcastle's 2-0 Premier League defeat at Southampton at the weekend.
Scotland have a huge clash coming up against Serbia as they look to secure their place at a major tournament since the World Cup in France back in 1998.
Steve Clark's side will also take on Slovakia and Israel during the international break but Fraser will play no part in either match.
The home nations
With Fraser missing out this time around, that leaves just one Newcastle man representing one of the home nations.
Left-back Jamal Lewis will feature for Northern Ireland, another side in search of a place at next year's Euro's.
They take on Slovakia at Windsor Park on Thursday night in front of 1,000 spectators, before travelling to Austria and hosting Romania in the Nations League.
Across the sea
The Republic of Ireland have one representative from St James' Park, that player being midfielder Jeff Hendrick.
The Ireland side only have short trips to make with a friendly against England coming up at Wembley on Thursday evening, before they visit Cardiff for a tie with Wales and then host Bulgaria.
Both games are in the Nations League.
Elsewhere in Europe
Both Fabian Schär and Emil Krafth have been called up by Switzerland and Sweden respectively.
Schär will miss out on Switzerland's Nations League tie with Spain after he was sent off in his last competitive international match, however he is eligible to play in the friendly with Belgium, as well as their second Nations League match with Ukraine.
Meanwhile Krafth's Sweden side will visit Denmark in a friendly this midweek, with tough Nations League ties against Croatia and France to follow shortly after.
Around the world
Miguel Almiron has jetted off to South America as he aims to aid his Paraguay side's push towards the next World Cup.
They face a stern test to Buenos Aires where Argentina await, before they host Bolivia next Tuesday.
Paraguay will play no friendlies in this international window.