Tottenham are boasting a huge range of overseas bound talent this weekend, with up to 13 players looking to represent their countries.
Peter Crouch and Kyle Walker are both inclusions in the England camp, as the squad takes on Switzerland over the weekend. And Roman Pavlyuchenko is hoping to star for Russia against Armenia in another Euro qualifier, while Robbie Keane is travelling with the Republic of Ireland to Macedonia, with the sides all hopeful of qualifying for the European tournament next June/July.
England youngster Danny Rose will play in the England Under 21 friendly against Norway. Harry Kane is also to play for the Under 19 English squad in the side’s clash with Spain.
Luka Modric and Vedran Corluka are both to feature for Croatia as they take on Georgia at home in a Euro 2012 qualifying match. Niko Kranjcar is suspended for the match after amassing too many yellow cards.
And lastly in the Euro qualifiers list, Younes Kaboul hopes to earn his debut for France when they take on Belarus.
Tottenham also has stars heading to Africa for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier, with Teven Pienaar fighting for fitness after being injured in training during the week to feature for South Africa when they take on Egypt.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Sebastien Bassong are also hopefuls to play for the Cameroon squad when they face Senegal.
With the CONCACAF Gold Cup beginning on the 6th June, Honduras’ Wilson Palacios and Mexico’s Giovani Dos Santos will both be representing their countries.
Sandro will also be included in the Brazil squad as they take on Holland in a friendly.