A number of Queens Park Rangers players have been involved in international games this week and weekend.
So how are they getting on so far and when are they in action next?
Idrissa Sylla's Guinea drew 2-2 in an international friendly on Friday night against Gabon.
Guinea are next in action on Tuesday night against Cameroon, with an 8pm kick-off.
Massimo Luongo played 90 minutes as Australia drew 1-1 with Iraq on Thursday a World Cup 2018 qualifier.
Matthew Leckie opened the scoring in the first half, but late on Iraq grabbed an equaliser.
Luongo and his Socceroos team-mates are next in action on Tuesday, when they play host to the United Arab Emirates in Sydney. That's a 10am kick-off our time.
Striker Conor Washington will be hoping to help Northern Ireland this evening when they face Norway, in Belfast, in their World Cup qualifying match. Kick-off is 7.45pm.
And winger Pawel Wzsolek's Poland are in Group E qualification action against Montenegro on Sunday evening. That is also a 7.45pm kick-off.
Yeni Ngbakato was on the bench for Congo DR's game with Kenya on Sunday afternoon and came on in the last 15 minutes, but he was unable to help his country lose 2-1. Former Chelsea man Gael Kakuta scored for Congo DR on the hour.
Meanwhile, Ryan Manning, Reece Grego Cox and Olamide Shodipo were all part of Republic of Ireland's U21 squad to face Kosovo in a UEFA Under-21 Championship Qualifier on Saturday.
And it was the latter who had the biggest impact, scoring the only goal of the game ten minutes after the break against Kosovan side playing in their first-ever competitive fixture at U21 level.
Manning started the game and looked good, trying to create as much possible. Grego-Cox got some game time, replacing Manning midway through the second period.
Niko Hämäläinen was in Finland's U21 squad to face Netherlands, but the Dutch came away with a 2-0 win on Friday afternoon.