When every one of Tottenham’s players is in international action and what time they kick off

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Antonio Conte will be watching closely as many of his Tottenham Hotspur players are involved on international duty over the next week or so.

The Spurs boss will be hoping for no injuries among his squad before they return to chase a top four spot in the remaining weeks of the Premier League season. Conte’s players are involved in World Cup qualifiers, Nations League fixtures, friendlies and there are also plenty of competitive matches for the club’s young stars.

Here’s a rundown of every fixture a Tottenham player, including those players out on loan, will take part in over the next fortnight and the UK kick-off time.

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Thursday March 24

Heung-Min Son – South Korea’s home 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Iran – kick-off 11am
Kallum Cesay – Sierra Leone’s friendly vs Togo in Turkey – kick-off 4pm
Maksim Paskotsi – Estonia’s home UEFA Nations League fixture vs Cyprus – kick-off 5pm
Ben Davies and Joe Rodon – Wales’ home 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Austria – kick-off 7.45pm
Pierluigi Gollini – Italy’s home 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs North Macedonia – kick-off 7.45pm
Dejan Kulusevski – Sweden’s home 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Czech Republic – kick-off 7.45pm
Rodrigo Bentancur – Uruguay’s home 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Peru – kick-off 11.30pm
Davinson Sanchez – Colombia’s home 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Bolivia – kick-off 11.30pm

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Friday March 25

Hugo Lloris – France’s home friendly vs Ivory Coast – kick-off 8.15pm
Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso – Argentina’s home 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Venezuela – kick-off 11.30pm
Pape Matar Sarr – Senegal’s away 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Egypt – kick-off 7.30pm
Bryan Gil – Spain U21s’ home European Under-21 Championship qualifier vs Lithuania – kick-off 7pm

Saturday March 26

Alfie Devine and Dane Scarlett – England U19s’ home European Under-19 Championship qualifier vs Armenia – kick-off 2pm
Thimothee Lo-Tutala – France U19s’ home European Under-19 Championship qualifier vs Czech Republic – kick-off 2pm
Matt Doherty and Troy Parrott – Republic of Ireland’s home friendly vs Belgium – kick-off 5pm
Harry Kane – England’s home friendly vs Switzerland – kick-off 5.30pm
Steven Bergwijn / Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – Netherlands’ home friendly vs Denmark – kick-off 7.45pm
Matthew Craig – Scotland U19s’ European U19 Championship qualifier vs Hungary in Hungary – kick-off 6.45pm
Renaldo Torraj – Albania U19s’ home friendly vs Kosovo – kick-off 2pm
Jamie Donley and Rio Kyerematen – England U17s’ European U17 Championship qualifier vs France in Luxembourg – kick-off 3pm
Tom Bloxham – Republic of Ireland U17s’ European U17 Championship qualifier vs Finland in Portugal – kick-off 11am
Will Andiyapan – Wales U17s’ European U17 Championship qualifier vs Turkey in Slovenia – kick-off 3pm

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Harry Kane speaks to England boss Gareth Southgate as he arrives at St Georges Park this week
Harry Kane speaks to England boss Gareth Southgate as he arrives at St Georges Park this week

Sunday March 27

Kallum Cesay – Sierra Leone’s friendly vs Liberia in Turkey – TBC

Monday March 28

Renaldo Torraj – Albania U19s’ home friendly vs Kosovo

Tuesday March 29

Heung-Min Son – South Korea’s away 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs UAE – kick-off 2.45pm
Thimothee Lo-Tutala – France U19s’ home European U19 Championship qualifier vs Bosnia-Herzegovina – kick-off 2pm
Kallum Cesay – Sierra Leone’s friendly vs Congo-Brazzaville in Turkey – TBC
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – Denmark’s home friendly vs Serbia – kick-off 5pm
Maksim Paskotsi – Estonia’s away UEFA Nations League fixture vs Cyprus – kick-off 5pm
Pape Matar Sarr – Senegal’s home 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Egypt – kick-off 6pm
Steven Bergwijn – Netherlands’ home friendly vs Germany – kick-off 7.45pm
Matt Doherty and Troy Parrott – Republic of Ireland’s home friendly vs Lithuania – kick-off 7.45pm
Harry Kane – England’s home friendly vs Ivory Coast – kick-off 7.45pm
Hugo Lloris – France’s home friendly vs South Africa – kick-off 8.15pm
Pierluigi Gollini – Italy’s potential 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Portugal or Turkey – TBC
Dejan Kulusevski – Sweden’s potential 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Poland – TBC
Bryan Gil – Spain U21s’ away European U21 Championship qualifier vs Slovakia – kick-off 3pm
Alfie Devine and Dane Scarlett – England U19s’ home European U19 Championship qualifier vs Portugal – kick-off 7.30pm
Matthew Craig – Scotland U19s’ European U19 Championship qualifier vs Israel in Hungary – kick-off 5pm
Jamie Donley and Rio Kyerematen – England U17s’ European U17 Championship qualifier vs Luxembourg in Luxembourg – kick-off 5pm
Tom Bloxham – Republic of Ireland U17s’ European U17 Championship qualifier vs Bulgaria in Portugal – kick-off 3pm
Will Andiyapan – Wales U17s’ European U17 Championship qualifier vs Serbia in Slovenia – kick-off 3pm

Wednesday March 30

Rodrigo Bentancur – Uruguay’s away 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Chile – kick-off 12.30am
Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso – Argentina’s away 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Ecuador – kick-off 12.30am
Davinson Sanchez – Colombia’s away 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier vs Venezuela – kick-off 12.30am

Source by Football London

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