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Ten Wolves players selected for international duty

Jonny Otto has been recalled by the Spanish national team after impressing in his first start for his country against England in October.

The wing-back, who has started every Premier League match for Wolves this season, is one of ten players who have now departed Molineux for international duty.

Many of the Wolves players are set to be involved in the UEFA Nations League, with the matchday five and six fixtures bringing the group stage of the competition to a close this week.

Jonny will be hoping to be part of the Spain side which is taking on Croatia in Zagreb on Thursday - with a place in the Nations League semi-finals at stake - as well as the friendly versus Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Estadio de Gran Canaria Las Palmas on Sunday.

After being left out of the last Belgium squad, Leander Dendoncker has earned a recall by Roberto Martínez for his county’s two Nations League games against Iceland on Thursday in Brussels and against Switzerland on Sunday in Luzern.

Goalkeeper Rui Patricio and midfielder Ruben Neves have kept hold of their regular spots in the Portugal squad as they travel to the San Siro to face Italy in the Nations League on Saturday. They return to their homeland next Tuesday night for their final Nations League group game against Poland.

Matt Doherty has retained his place in the Republic of Ireland squad, but will miss out on the friendly visit of neighbours Northern Ireland at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Thursday, as well as a vital Nations League clash away in Denmark on Monday due to injury.

Back-to-back friendly matches with Argentina is what awaits Raul Jimenez and his Mexico teammates during this international break, with both matches taking place in the South American country. The first is on Friday at Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, in Cordoba, before a game at Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, Mendoza, next Tuesday.

Romain Saiss continues his run in the Moroccan squad, which stretches back to November 2016, with the midfielder being call up for a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualification match against Cameroon in Casablanca on Friday night, as well as a friendly clash with Tunisia on Tuesday.

Representing Portugal at youth level this week are Diogo Jota, who is with the under-21s in their European Championship play-off semi-final matches against Poland on Friday and next Tuesday, while Ruben Vinagre is with the under-20 side for friendlies against Poland on Thursday and two matches with Slovakia on Friday and Sunday.

Meanwhile, Morgan Gibbs-White has been selected once again for the England under-19 squad as they face three UEFA European U19 Championships qualifiers at the Arslan Zeki Demirci Spor Kompleksi in Turkey. The first match is against Moldova on Wednesday, before games against Iceland on Sunday and Turkey next Tuesday.

Wolves International’s fixtures

Wednesday 14th November
ENG U19 vs MDA U19 - 12pm

Thursday 15th November
POR U20 vs POL U20 - 5pm
CRO vs ESP - 7.45pm
BEL vs ISL - 7.45pm
IRE vs NIR - 7.45pm

Friday 16th November
POL U21 vs POR U21 - 5pm
POR U20 vs SVK U20 - 5pm
MAR vs CMR - 7pm
ARG vs MEX - 12am

Saturday 17th November
ISL U19 vs ENG U19 - 12pm
ITA vs POR - 8.45pm

Sunday 18th November
SVK U20 vs POR U20 - 5pm
SUI vs BEL - 7.45pm
ESP vs BIH - 8.45pm

Monday 19th November
DEN vs IRE - 8.45pm

Tuesday 20th November
TUR U19 vs ENG U19 - 3pm
POR U21 vs POL U21 - 5pm
TUN vs MAR - 5pm
POR vs POL - 7.45pm
ARG vs MEX - 12am

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