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12 called up for international duty


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AFC Bournemouth have had a host of players called up to international duty for the upcoming November break.

Callum Wilson has been named in Gareth Southgate’s squad for the upcoming European qualifiers.

The Three Lions will take on the Montenegro and Kosovo, both at Wembley, as they look to strengthen their position at the top of Group A.

Wilson’s call up comes after the Cherries are unbeaten in three, recording draws with both Norwich and Watford, as well as that memorable win over Manchester United.

In the Young Lions squad, Eddie Howe has had three of his players called up in Aaron Ramsdale, Lloyd Kelly and on-loan striker Sam Surridge.

The trio will face Albania away from home, before heading to Holland for an under-21s European Qualifier against the Netherlands.

Elsewhere, the Cherries have had two players called up to Ryan Giggs’ latest Wales squad.

Chris Mepham and Harry Wilson will be looking to feature in the games against Azerbaijan and Hungray, who sit fifth and second in Group E respectively.

Giggs’ side sit in fourth but have a game in hand over the top two, but must win both games to have any chance of progressing.

Staying in the UK, Ryan Fraser receives yet another call-up to the Scotland national team.

Steve Clarke’s side will first travel to Cyprus for a European qualifier, before heading home to host Kazakhstan at Hampden Park.

The Cherries have two players involved in the Republic of Ireland set-up, as Mark Travers is named in the senior squad for fixtures against New Zealand and Denmark, while youngster Gavin Kilkenny is involved in the under-21s, who will face both Armenia and Sweden.

Travers, who won his first cap for Mick McCarthy’s side in September, will be hoping to earn more minutes in the upcoming fixtures, with the game against New Zealand a friendly for Mick McCarthy’s side.

Across Europe, Nathan Ake makes the Holland squad as they face Northern Ireland, before going back to the Netherlands to face Estonia in another European qualifier.

Joshua King scored for Norway last time he was on international duty, helping his side to a 1-1 draw with Spain.  

This time, he faces the Faroe Islands in Oslo, before heading to Malta to round off his week with the national team.

Across the pond, Jefferson Lerma has been called into the Colombia squad for friendly fixtures against Peru and Ecuador.

The 25-year-old, who is suspended for Saturday’s game with Newcastle, will play in Miami for the first fixture, before travelling to New York for the second.  

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