Albion players in international action

Who's going where this month.

By Charlie Hanson • 06 October 2021

By Laczy nas pilka
Jakub Moder was involved in two of Poland's goals against Albania in September.

Players from across Albion’s men’s age groups will be representing their countries over the next week.

Robert Sanchez made his debut for Spain in the last international break and will be hoping to add to his appearances when they face Italy tonight in the Nations League semi-final.

Another Albion goalkeeper Carl Rushworth, who is currently with Walsall on loan, has been called up to the England Under-21s who face Slovenia on Thursday, and Andorra on Monday in UEFA qualifiers.

Shane Duffy and Aaron Connolly travel with the Republic of Ireland to Baku to play Azerbaijan in a World Cup qualifier on Saturday, before heading back to Dublin on Tuesday to face Qatar in a friendly.

Also hoping to add to their appearances for Ireland will be Andrew Moran and Evan Ferguson, with their under-21s in action against Luxembourg in Tallaght on Friday.

Leandro Trossard has become a regular fixture in the Belgium squad with eight appearances this year and he could make his ninth in Roberto Martinez’s men’s Nations League semi-final against France on Thursday.

Jakub Moder joined Albion a year ago today and it’s fair to say it’ll be 12 months the 22-year-old will look back on fondly, having made his Premier League debut and represented his country at a major tournament when he played at the Euros in the summer. He also scored against England at Wembley in a World Cup qualifier.

Poland welcome San Marino on Saturday, before heading to Albania on Tuesday – both of those matches are World Cup Qualifiers.

Jeremy Sarmiento could make his senior debut for Ecuador, as they take on Bolivia on Thursday. The former Charlton Athletic and Benfica winger was named in a Premier League matchday squad for the first time in Albion's 0-0 draw with Arsenal on Saturday.

Scotland under-21s face Denmark on Thursday, with Marc Leonard aiming to make an appearance for his country at Tynecastle, while Jensen Weir links up with England Under-20s, who face Italy and the Czech Republic.

Also representing the Three Lions is Zak Sturge and Zak Emmerson, as the Under-18s play Norway and Russia.