Seven of our players could be in action on Friday night in a range of international meetings…

With Kevin De Bruyne still working hard on his recovery from injury, Vincent Kompany has travelled alone from Manchester to Belgium.

Our skipper could feature for Belgian Red Devils take on Switzerland in the UEFA Nations League with the hope of making it two wins out of two in their group.

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If you’re watching in the UK, then you can tune in to Sky Sports Red Button to see the action. Kick-off for this fixture is at 19:45 BST.

Elsewhere in the competition, John Stones, Raheem Sterling and Kyle Walker are in contention for Gareth Southgate’s starting XI as England face Croatia in Rijeka.

Kick-off is at 19:45 BST and viewers in the UK can tune in to Sky Sports Main Event to watch the game.

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Away from the UEFA Nations League, Brazil face Saudi Arabia in a friendly which means the likes of Ederson, Danilo and Gabriel Jesus could be in the chance of getting some international game time under their belts before returning to the City Football Academy.

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On Thursday, two Blues were in action as Bernardo Silva started for Portugal and Phil Foden made his England Under-21s debut.

Bernardo was the star of the show as he netted the winning goal against Poland to take his country five points clear in their UEFA Nations League group.

The game ended 3-2 thanks to Bernardo’s goal and sees Portugal sit at the summit of their group on six points.

Foden certainly impressed on Thursday night as he played a pivotal role during his Under-21 debut providing assists for two goals as the Young Lions secured an emphatic 7-0 win over Andorra.

The result sees Phil and his team mates qualify for next year’s U21 Euro’s.