Despite not setting the Premier League alight this season, Chelsea have the third highest amount of international call-ups in the English top flight.

A grand total of 13 of Guus Hiddink's stars will be jetting off around the world for this weekend's set of internationals, with players turning out for Burkina Faso, Brazil and England to name but a few.

Liverpool have the most international call-ups, with 15 of Jurgen Klopp's players being selected for international duty, while Manchester United have the second most amount with 14 of Louis van Gaal's stars being called-up.

Gary Cahill has joined up with the England squad who face Germany and Holland, while Chelsea's Spanish contingent of Cesar Azpilicueta, Cesc Fabregas and Pedro are preparing to face Italy and Romania.

On duty: Nemanja Matic has been included in Serbia's squad

Asmir Begovic is with Bosnia and Herzegovina who will play Luxembourg and Switzerland, while Serbian duo Branislav Ivanovic and Nemanja Matic prepare to face Poland and Estonia.

Further afield, Oscar and Willian are with Brazil as they face Uruguay and Paraguay in World Cup qualifiers, while Bertrand Traore is in the Burkina Faso squad to play Uganda in back-to-back Africa Cup of Nations qualifying games.

John Mikel Obi is also in ACON action, as his Nigeria side prepare for a double header against Egypt, while Baba Rahman is in the Ghana squad as they face consecutive games against Mozambique.

Thibaut Courtois was in the Belgium squad, who were due to play Portugal at home, but after the attacks in Brussels their match has been cancelled.

Clubs with the most international call-ups



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