A collection of stars from the Premier League will be in action for their international teams this summer, with 22 gracing the 2019 Copa America.
Players from 12 clubs involved in last season's PL campaign have been called up to represent their countries at the tournament, as well as Arsenal's Colombian goalkeeper David Ospina, who was on loan at Napoli in 2018/19.
The South American competition, which is being held in Brazil and also features Japan and Qatar, kicks off on 14 June and finishes on 7 July.
The top two sides from each group, plus the two best nations finishing third, qualify for the last eight.
Brazil: Alisson (Liverpool), Ederson (Man City); Fernandinho (Man City), Willian (Chelsea), Richarlison (Everton); Roberto Firmino (Liverpool), Gabriel Jesus (Man City)
Venezuela: Salomon Rondon (Newcastle)
Argentina: Nicolas Otamendi (Man City), Juan Foyth (Spurs); Roberto Pereyra (Watford); Sergio Aguero (Man City)
Colombia: David Ospina (Arsenal); Davinson Sanchez (Spurs), Yerry Mina (Everton); Jefferson Lerma (AFC Bournemouth)
Paraguay: Fabian Balbuena (West Ham); Miguel Almiron (Newcastle)
Chile: Alexis Sanchez (Man Utd)
Ecuador: Antonio Valencia (Man Utd)
Japan: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester)
Uruguay: Lucas Torreira (Arsenal)