Friday 06 September 2013
Qualification for the FIFA 2014 World Cup resumes this weekend with nations across the world vying for a place to join Japan, Australia and the host country Brazil.
Players from the Barclays Premier League will again be in the thick of the action with more than 175 players from the 20 clubs having been selected to be in qualifying or friendly action over the international period.
Naturally, the nation that dominates the call-ups is Roy Hodgson's England, whose squad of 24 is exclusively from the Premier League as they face Moldova this evening before travelling to Ukraine on Tuesday.
The Republic of Ireland, who will be at home to Sweden before going to Austria, are the nation with the second-highest number of players from the English top flight: 13. Next, with 11 players, come Scotland, Wales and Belgium.
In total Barclays Premier League players will represent 50 different nations with Southampton's Victor Wanyama helping to raise this representation by appearing for Kenya.
Chelsea are the Barclays Premier League side with the most players, 17, on international duty. Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur both have 13 players called up with Manchester United having 12.
Scroll down for the full list of international fixtures.
Friday, 6 September 2013
FYR Macedonia v Wales, Scotland v Belgium, Serbia v Croatia
Czech Republic v Armenia, Italy v Bulgaria, Malta v Denmark.
Germany v Austria, Kazakhstan v Faroe Islands, Rep of Ireland v Sweden.
Estonia v Holland, Romania v Hungary, Turkey v Andorra
Norway v Cyprus, Slovenia v Albania, Switzerland v Iceland,
Northern Ireland v Portugal, Russia v Luxembourg
Bosnia-Herzegovina v Slovakia, Latvia v Lithuania, Liechtenstein v Greece
England v Moldova, Poland v Montenegro, Ukraine v San
Finland v Spain, Georgia v France
Colombia v Ecuador, Paraguay v Bolivia, Chile v Venezuela, Peru v Uruguay
Ghana v Zambia
Play-Off First Leg
Jordan v Uzbekistan
Belarus v Kyrgyzstan, China v Singapore, Japan v Guatemala, South Korea vs. Haiti
Saturday, 7 September 2013
Israel v Azerbaijan
Chile v Venezuela, Peru v Uruguay
Central African Republic v Ethiopia, South Africa v Botswana
Sierra Leone v Equatorial Guinea, Tunisia v Cape Verde Islands
Ivory Coast v Morocco, Gambia v Tanzania
Burkina Faso v Gabon, Niger v DR Congo
Kenya v Namibia, Nigeria v Malawi
Zimbabwe v Mozambique
Angola v Liberia, Senegal v Uganda
Costa Rica v USA, Mexico v Honduras, Panama v Jamaica
Sunday, 8 September 2013
Sudan v Lesotho
Benin v Rwanda
Cameroon v Libya, Togo v Congo
Tuesday, 10 September 2013
FYR Macedonia v Scotland, Wales v Serbia
Armenia v Denmark, Italy v Czech Republic, Malta v Bulgaria
Austria v Rep of Ireland, Faroe Islands v Germany, Kazakhstan v Sweden
Andorra v Holland, Hungary v Estonia, Romania v. Turkey
Cyprus v Slovenia, Iceland v Albania, Norway v Switzerland
Luxembourg v Northern Ireland, Russia v Israel
Greece v Latvia, Lithuania v. Liechtenstein, Slovakia v Bosnia-Herzegovina
San Marino v Poland, Ukraine v England
Belarus v France, Georgia v Finland
Bolivia v Ecuador, Uruguay v Colombia, Venezuela v Peru, Paraguay v Argentina
Egypt v Guinea
Algeria v Mali
Jamaica v Costa Rica, United States v Mexico, Honduras v Panama
Play-Off Second Leg
Uzbekistan v Jordan
Brazil v Portugal, China v Malaysia, Japan v Ghana, South Korea v Croatia, Spain v Chile