Eleven Albion players will be linking up with their countries next week as the Nations League campaign gets underway.
Here’s a lowdown on the players concerned and where they are heading.
Aaron Connolly, Shane Duffy, Jayson Molumby: All three have been selected in the Republic of Ireland squad for Nations League games against Bulgaria in Sofia on 3 September (9.45pm) and at home to Finland in Dublin three days later (5pm). It is Molumby’s first senior call-up.
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Davy Propper, Joel Veltman. The pair are in the Netherlands’ squad for their two Nations League home games against Poland (4 September) and Italy (7 September) in Amsterdam. Both kick off at 8.45pm.
Leandro Trossard: The Belgian is in their squad for Nations League matches against Denmark in Copenhagen on 5 September and Iceland in Brussels three days later. Both kick off at 8.45pm.
Alireza Jahanbakhsh: The Iranian international has been selected in the squad for two friendlies against Syria (3 September) in Tehran and Uzbekistan four days later in Tashkent.
Tudor Baluta: The Romanian midfielder has been included in a squad which covers the Nations League and European U21 Championship qualifiers against Northern Ireland in Bucharest on 4 September and the away match against Austria in Vienna three days later.
Leo Ostigard: The defender is on standby for Norway’s Nations League fixtures against Austria in Oslo on 4 September (19.45) and the trip to Windsor Park to play Northern Ireland in Belfast three days later, kick off 9.45pm.
Tariq Lamptey: The defender is on standby for England under-21s’ trip to Kosovo on 4 September (7pm) in a Championships qualifier.
Warren O’Hora: O’Hora will take part in a training camp with the Republic of Ireland under-21s next week. O’Hora joined MK Dons on a season-long loan last week.
Lorent Tolaj: The Switzerland striker has been named in a squad which will take part in an under-21 training camp next week.