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Six City stars on international duty

Six City players will be involved in international matches for their respective countries over the next few days.

Bailey Wright, Hordur Magnusson and Callum O’Dowda all have FIFA World Cup qualifiers to contend with for Australia, Iceland and Republic of Ireland respectively.

Elsewhere, Lloyd Kelly has now linked up with England Under-20s, while new West Brom loan recruit Jonathan Leko is with England Under-19s.

Gustav Engvall, currently on loan at Djurgarden, has also been named in the latest Sweden Under-21 squad.

INTERNATIONAL TIMETABLE

Thursday, August 31st

Bailey Wright – Japan v Australia, Saitama
Lloyd Kelly – England U20s v Holland U20s, Telford

Friday, September 1st

Jonathan Leko – England U19s v Poland U19s, St George’s Park

Saturday, September 2nd

Callum O’Dowda – Georgia v Republic of Ireland, Tbilisi
Hordur Magnusson – Finland v Iceland, Tampere

Monday, September 4th

Lloyd Kelly – Switzerland U20s v England U20s, Winterthur

Tuesday, September 5th

Bailey Wright – Australia v Thailand, Melbourne
Callum O’Dowda – Republic of Ireland v Serbia, Dublin
Gustav Engvall – Sweden U21s v Cyrpus U21s, Falkenberg
Hordur Magnusson – Iceland v Ukraine, Reykjavik
Jonathan Leko – England U19s v Germany U19s, Mansfield

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