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Who, where & when for Cherries' internationals


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Six Cherries players could win caps for their international sides over the coming break, and we've collected together all the details you need to know.

Republic of Ireland coach Stephen Kenny has said Mark Travers will start for his country and win his third cap in Serbia on Wednesday evening, with Shane Long also in the squad, while Lloyd Kelly is in tournament action with England U21s in Slovenia for the European U21s Championships.

Further afield, Nathan Moriah-Welsh could make his senior international debut with Guyana, who play two World Cup qualifiers on neutral territory in the Dominican Republic.

Philip Billing has had to pull out of the senior Denmark squad due to injury and will remain with the Cherries squad over the international break.

Besides the matches listed, there have also been first full call ups for Marcus Daws with Northern Ireland U19s and 'keeper Josh Clarke with England U17s, who will join their respective squads for training camps.

Youth team defender Owen Bevan was also called up by Wales U18s but is an absentee due to injury.

Below you can see when the Cherries could be in action, all times are given in GMT.

Wednesday 24th March

Mark Travers & Shane Long: Serbia v Republic of Ireland

World Cup qualifier - Stadion Rajko Mitic (Belgrade), 7.45pm kick-off.

Chris Mepham: Belgium v Wales

World Cup qualifier - Den Dreef Stadion (Leuven), 7.45pm kick-off.

Thursday 25th March

Lloyd Kelly: England U21s v Switzerland U21s

European U21 Championships - Stadion Bonifika (Koper, Slovenia), 2pm kick-off

Friday 26th March

Nathan Moriah-Welsh: Trinidad & Tobago v Guyana

World Cup qualifier - Estadio Panamericano (San Cristobal, Dominican Republic), 3am kick-off

Gavin Kilkenny: Wales U21s v Republic of Ireland U21s

Friendly - Colliers Park (Wrexham), 1pm kick-off. 

Saturday 27th March

Mark Travers & Shane Long: Republic of Ireland v Luxembourg

World Cup Qualifier - Aviva Stadium (Dublin), 7.45pm kick-off.

Chris Mepham: Wales v Mexico

Friendly - Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff), 8pm kick-off.

Sunday 28th March

Lloyd Kelly: Portugal U21s v England U21s

European U21 Championships - Stadion Stozice (Ljubljana, Slovenia), 8pm kick-off.

Tuesday 30th March

Chris Mepham: Wales v Czech Republic

World Cup qualifier - Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff), 7.45pm kick-off

Mark Travers & Shane Long: Republic of Ireland v Qatar

Friendly - Nagyerdei Stadion (Debrecen, Hungary), 7.45pm kick-off.

Wednesday 31st March

Nathan Moriah-Welsh: Guyana v Bahamas

World Cup qualifier - Estadio Olimpico Felix Sanchez (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic), 12am kick-off.

Lloyd Kelly: Croatia U21s v England U21s

European U21 Championships - Stadion Bonifika (Koper, Slovenia), 5pm kick-off.

We will be following all of the players' progress here on afcb.co.uk and on our social media feeds across another busy international break.

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