The international break rolls around once again this weekend, meaning there won't be any Premier League football for fans to savour.
Rafa Benitez has two weeks to work with his new Newcastle United squad to prepare them for their next match, a huge clash against Norwich at Carrow Road. But, he will be without several key players who have been called up to represent their countries.
The first game that could have involved a Newcastle player occured last night, as Poland edged past Serbia, but Aleksandar Mitrovic was an unused substitute for Serbia in their 1-0 defeat. However, Mitrovic, who scored Newcastle's equaliser in Sunday's draw with Sunderland, will have another chance to impress for his country as Serbia travel to face Estonia on Tuesday.
Seydou Doumbia, Chancel Mbemba and Henri Saivet will all be expected to feature in their countries' crucial AFCON Qualififers taking place in the next week, while Georginio Wijanldum and Moussa Sissoko will go head-to-head as the Netherlands take on France.
Wijnaldum, Newcastle's top scorer this season, will also have the chance to impress at Wembley on Tuesday night as England take on the Netherlands.
Elsewhere, Rob Elliot's good form this campaign has earned him a call-up for the Republic of Ireland, and there are plenty of Newcastle youngsters who will be expected to feature for their country's youth sides.
Here is a full round-up of all the Magpies who are on international duty over the coming week:
Aleksandar Mitrovic - Serbia
Tuesday 29 - Estonia (away) - friendly
Chancel Mbemba - DR Congo
Saturday 26 - Angola (home) - AFCON qualifier
Tuesday 29 - Angola (away) - AFCON qualifier
Seydou Doumbia - Ivory Coast
Friday 25 - Sudan (home) - AFCON qualifier
Tuesday 29 - Sudan (away) - AFCON qualifier
Henri Saivet - Senegal
Saturday 26 - Niger (home) - AFCON qualifier
Tuesday 29 - Niger (away) - AFCON qualifier
Georginio Wijnaldum - Netherlands
Friday 25 - France (home) - friendly
Tuesday 29 - England (away) - friendly - ITV, 7.45pm kick-off
Moussa Sissoko - France
Friday 25 - Holland (away) - friendly
Wednesday 30 - Russia (home) - friendly
Rob Elliot - Republic of Ireland
Friday 25 - Switzerland (home) - friendly - Premier Sports, 7.45pm kick-off
Tuesday 29 - Slovakia (home) - friendly - Premier Sports, 7.45pm kick-off
Rolando Aarons - England U21s
Saturday 26 - Switzerland (away) - U21 Euro 2017 qualifier - BT Sport Europe, 5.45pm kick-off
Alex Gilliead - England U20s
Sunday 27 - Canada (home) - friendly
Adam Armstrong and Freddie Woodman - England U19s
Thursday 24 - Georgia (in Spain) - Euro qualifier
Saturday 26 - Greece (in Spain) - Euro qualifier
Tuesday 29 - Spain (in Spain) - Euro qualifier
Kyle Cameron - Scotland U19s
Wednesday 23 - Belgium (in Croatia) - Euro qualifier
Friday 25 - Croatia (in Croatia) - Euro qualifier
Monday 28 - Bulgaria (in Croatia) - Euro qualifier
Are any of the games televised?
England's home clash with Wijanldum's Netherlands side on Tuesday night is live on ITV (7:45pm kick-off), both of Ireland's clashes this coming week will be shown live on Premier Sports (both 7:45pm kick-off), and Rolando Aarons could make his England U21 debut away at Switzerland live on BT Sport Europe (5:45pm kick-off).