AFC Bournemouth will have seven players on international duty during the March international break.
Three of those players have been called up to represent their senior sides, while the other four have earned youth call ups.
Midfielder Cook has been called up to the England senior squad for the second time.
The 20-year-old could make Cherries history should Gareth Southgate play him in this international break, as he could be the first player ever to represent England while playing with AFC Bournemouth.
Cook has two friendlies in which he could feature, one against Holland at the Amsterdam ArenA on Friday 23rd March and the other against Italy at Wembley on Tuesday 27th March.
Ake could face club mate Cook in that friendly with the Three Lions in Amsterdam.
The defender, who has five caps for his country so far, is part of Ronald Koeman’s first ever Holland squad as he was appointed following their failure to qualify for the World Cup in Russia in 2018.
Ake could face England before a trip to Geneva to face Portugal on Monday 26th March.
Fraser makes Alex McLeish’s first squad as Scotland boss.
McLeish will take charge for the first time against Costa Rica in a friendly on Friday 23rd March, before taking on Hungary on Tuesday 27th March.
Fraser could win his third cap for his country over this international break.
Mousset is set for qualifying action for the French under-21s squad.
The frontman is set to come up against Kazakhstan on Friday 23rd March and Montenegro on Tuesday 27th March.
The young French side have won every game in qualifying thus far.
Under-21s goalkeeper Travers has earned a call up to the Ireland under-19s’ UEFA European Championship Elite Round qualifiers in Portugal.
The team travels to the north-west of Portugal next week to play in Group 5 against Slovakia, Kosovo and Portugal.
Under-18s midfielder Kilkenny has also been called up by Ireland, he’ll play in their under-18s squad.
He’s been a regular at underage level for Ireland, and made his under-17s debut against Slovenia last year.
Quigley, currently on loan at Boreham Wood, is in Ireland’s under-21s squad for their double header.
The striker could play against Iceland in a friendly match on Thursday 22nd March before the UEFA U21 European Championship qualifier against Azerbaijan on Tuesday 27th March.
Joshua King has pulled out of the Norway squad for personal reasons, while Asmir Begovic was selected for Bosnia and Herzegovina but withdrew due to injury.
Harry Arter was selected in the preliminary Ireland senior squad but did not make the final squad.