Which Saints Players Are Playing Where In The International Break
Tuesday, 23rd Mar 2021 09:08
Some people are interested in watching our players play for their country, personally I stick to watching them in a Saints shirt, but for those who do like to flick the channels around to see what our players are doing, here are the games to watch out for.
As mentioned I'm not one for watching International football either at club or national level unless Saints are involved in the former or it's an England game for the latter, however I might have a quick look at Scotland V Austria to see if the newly Kilted up Che Adams gets a game and scores.
The England V Poland game might be interesting too as James Ward Prowse might be coming up against Jan Bednarek, anyway here are the games we have players in and whene they will be played, the rest is down to you and you're remote control.
Wednesday 24th March
Moussa Djenepo – Guinea vs Mali (Africa Cup of Nations qualifier) 4pm GMT
Thursday 25th March
Takumi Minamino – South Korea vs Japan (friendly) 10.20am GMT
Sunday 28th March
James Ward-Prowse – Albania vs England (World Cup qualifier) 5pm BST
Tuesday 30th March
Takumi Minamino – Mongolia vs Japan (World Cup qualifier) 11.30am BST
Wednesday 31st March
James Ward-Prowse and Jan Bednarek – England vs Poland (World Cup qualifier) 7.45pm BST
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