Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Davy Propper could line up for the Netherlands against England in tonight’s UEFA Nations League semi-final in Portugal.
Propper played in his country’s opening qualifying match against France for this summer’s Nations League Finals, but missed the following three matches due to injury.
But the Albion midfielder has travelled as part of a 23-man squad to Guimaraes, as Oranje look to get the better of Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions to reach Sunday’s final.
Portugal booked their place in the final after securing a 3-1 win against Switzerland last night — Cristiano Ronaldo fired a hat-trick for the tournament hosts.
Elsewhere, Iran take on Syria in an international friendly, which could see Alireza Jahanbakhsh in action, before another friendly against South Korea next Tuesday.
Aaron Connolly and Jayson Molumby are back in Toulon tournament action today, as Republic of Ireland’s under-21s meet Mexico’s under-22s, as Connolly looks to build on his debut goal against China.
Hugo Keto and Finland’s under-21s take on Macedonia’s under-21s today, in the first of two friendlies for the Albion under-23 goalkeeper.