The next nine days sees Newcastle United’s internationals spread around the World, NUFC players set to play for their countries in Europe, Africa and the Americas.

There are 28 different matches that could feature Newcastle stars, with Chancel Mbemba set to kick things off today when DR Congo host Kenya.

The final involvement could see DeAndre Yedlin play for the USA against New Zealand next Wednesday (12 October), the time constraints maybe meaning you’d have to doubt whether Rafa would see the former Spurs defender as in good enough shape to start against Brentford on the Saturday (15 October).

Good luck to all of our players who are off playing for their national teams and most importantly of all, get home safely!

Full list of matches/players below:

Tuesday 4 October

DR Congo v Kenya (Chancel Mbemba)

Wednesday 5 October

England Under 20s v Holland (Adam Armstrong & Callum Roberts)

Iceland v Scotland Under 21s (Kyle Cameron)

Thursday 6 October

Cuba v USA (DeAndre Yedlin)

Ireland v Georgia (Ciaran Clark)

Austria v Wales (Paul Dummett)

Moldova v Serbia (Aleksandar Mitrovic)

Friday 7 October

Holland v Belarus (Siem de Jong & Vurnon Anita)

Ghana v Uganda (Christian Atsu)

Belgium v Bosnia (Matz Sels)

England Under 20s v Germany (Adam Armstrong & Callum Roberts)

Saturday 8 October

Gabon v Morocco (Achraf Lazaar)

DR Congo v Libya (Chancel Mbemba)

Scotland v Lithuania (Grant Hanley & Matt Ritchie)

Kazakhstan v England Under 21s (Isaac Hayden & Freddie Woodman)

Sunday 9 October

Moldova v Ireland (Ciaran Clark)

Wales v Georgia (Paul Dummett)

Serbia v Georgia (Aleksandar Mitrovic)

Monday 10 October

Holland v France (Siem de Jong & Vurnon Anita)

Senegal v Cape Verde (Mohamed Diame)

Gibraltar v Belgium (Matz Sels)

England Under 20s v USA (Adam Armstrong & Callum Roberts)

Tuesday 11 October

Slovakia v Scotland (Grant Hanley & Matt Ritchie)

Morocco v Canada (Achraf Lazaar)

South Africa v Ghana (Christian Atsu)

England Under 21s v Bosnia (Isaac Hayden & Freddie Woodman)

Iceland v Scotland Under 21s (Kyle Cameron)

Wednesday 12 October

USA v New Zealand (DeAndre Yedlin)