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Posted Thursday, October 11th 2018

City’s internationals in action

Eight City players are heading off on international duty this week as the second international break of the campaign kicks-off.

Callum O’Dowda has once again been included in Republic of Ireland’s squad for their UEFA Nations League double header with Denmark and Wales at the Aviva Stadium.

Lloyd Kelly has been named in the England Under-20 squad, who will come up against Italy before travelling to face Czech Republic.

Meanwhile, Chelsea loanee Jay Dasilva will join up with Aidy Boothroyd's England Under-21s ahead of their U21 Euro qualifiers against Andorra and Scotland.

Joe Morrell and Connor Lemonheigh-Evans have been called up to Rob Page’s Wales Under-21s squad to face Romania and Switzerland, while Rory Holden’s Northern Ireland group will play Iceland and Slovakia.

Elsewhere, Jamie Taylor and Joe Low will link up with Wales Under-17s.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11TH

Lloyd Kelly: England U20s v Italy U20s (7pm)
Jay Dasilva: England U21s v Andorra U21s (7.45pm)
Rory Holden: Iceland U21s v Northern Ireland U21s (7.45pm)

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12TH

Joe Morrell & Connor Lemonheigh-Evans: Romania U21s v Wales U21s (5pm)

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13TH

Callum O’Dowda: Republic of Ireland v Denmark (7.45pm)

MONDAY, OCTOBER 15TH

Lloyd Kelly: Czech Republic U20s v England U20s (6pm)

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16TH

Jay Dasilva: Scotland U21s v England U21s (5.30pm)
Joe Morrell & Connor Lemonheigh-Evans: Wales U21s v Switzerland U21s (6pm)
Rory Holden: Northern Ireland U21s v Slovakia U21s (7.30pm)
Callum O’Dowda: Republic of Ireland v Wales (7.45pm)

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