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Posted Wednesday, November 14th 2018

International watch: Who's playing when?

Lloyd Kelly, Jay Dasilva, Callum O'Dowda and Tomas Kalas are all in action for their respective countries over the next week.

On Monday, Kelly earned a call-up to join Dasilva in the England Under-21 group.

And O'Dowda could feature for the Republic of Ireland's double-header, with Kalas' Czech Republic also seeing out their UEFA Nations League group.

  • Thursday, November 15th, 5pm: Czech Republic v Poland - Kalas
  • Thursday, November 15th, 6.30pm: England U21s v Italy U21s - Kelly and Dasilva
  • Thursday, November 15th, 7.45pm: Republic of Ireland v Northern Ireland - O'Dowda
  • Monday, November 19th, 7.45pm: Republic of Ireland v Denmark - O'Dowda
  • Monday, November 19th, 7.45pm: Czech Republic v Slovakia - Kalas
  • Tuesday, November 20th, 6pm: England U21s v Denmark U21s - Kelly and Dasilva

 

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