It is (yet another) international break time for Newcastle United.
It is the middle one of three that follow closely on each other, with yet another one to ‘look forward to’ in November.
After a rousing display against Man Utd, Rafa Benitez would surely have fancied having another game to quickly follow.
However, it is still another 11 days until NUFC host Brighton at St James Park.
In the meantime, there are a number of Newcastle players on international duty to watch out for, with details of who plays when below.
Paul Dummett was forced to pull out of the Wales squad through injury, similarly Salomon Rondon ruled out for Venezuela as Newcastle fans wait to find out how long he will be missing.
Whilst Gareth Southgate continues is quest to select every single English player for his squads, before he is forced to consider Jamaal Lascelles and/or Jonjo Shelvey.
Interestingly, of the seven who are listed below on international duty, only two of them (Yedlin and Dubravka) are first team regulars, with Clark, Schar, Woodman, Ki and Atsu all squad players.
Thursday 11 October
USA v Colombia (DeAndre Yedlin)
England U21s v Andorra U21s (Freddie Woodman)
Friday 12 October
Ghana v Sierra Leone (Christian Atsu)
Belgium v Switzerland (Fabian Schar)
South Korea v Uruguay (Ki Sung-yeung)
Saturday 13 October
Ireland v Denmark (Ciaran Clark)
Slovakia v Czech Republic (Martin Dubravka)
Monday 15 October
Iceland v Switzerland (Fabian Schar)
Tuesday 16 October
Ireland v Wales (Ciaran Clark)
Sierra Leone v Ghana (Christian Atsu)
Sweden v Slovakia (Martin Dubravka)
Scotland U21s v England U21s (Freddie Woodman)
South Korea v Panama (Ki Sung-yeung)
USA v Peru (DeAndre Yedlin)