AFC Bournemouth look set to have nine players representing their countries over the international break.
Five players have been called up to the senior squads of the nations ahead of some big games...
DAVID BROOKS - WALES
Brooks will test himself against one of world's top nations as the Welsh host Spain on Thursday 11th October.
The game is at Principality Stadium and is a friendly, but could see Brooks face the likes of Sergio Ramos and Sergio Busquets in an exciting contest on paper.
The second fixture that Brooks looks set to play in is the Welsh's crucial UEFA Nations League qualifier with Republic of Ireland in Dublin.
At the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday 16th October, the midfielder could come up against Harry Arter as Wales look to catch Denmark who sit in top spot in their group.
JOSHUA KING - NORWAY
King will be looking to help the Norwegians continue their good form, having won five of their last six games.
They are in UEFA Nations League action against Slovenia on Saturday 13th October and Bulgaria on Tuesday 16th October.
Both fixtures are at home and King will be hoping to inspire his side up their UEFA Nations League group after an opening round defeat to Bulgaria.
ASMIR BEGOVIC - BOSNIA
With 61 caps for his country so far, Begovic will keep goal for Bosnia for the first time since October 2017.
He has been out of the past few squads due to injury, but will keep goal for two fixtures.
The first is an away friendly with Turkey on Thursday 11th October, before a home UEFA Nations League game against Northern Ireland on Monday 15th October.
NATHAN AKE – NETHERLANDS
Ake will link up with Dutch manager Ronald Koeman for two high-profile fixtures this international break.
The first game will see Netherlands take on Germany in a must-win game in their UEFA Nations League campaign on Saturday 13th October at the Amsterdam ArenA.
On Tuesday 16th October Ake will then take part in a friendly away to FIFA World Cup Bronze Medalists Belgium.
RYAN FRASER - SCOTLAND
Two games are in store for Fraser as Scotland look to make it two wins from two in the Nations League.
Their first fixture is a crucial UEFA Nations League game against Israel in Haifa on Thursday 11th October.
The Tartan Army will then return home to face UEFA Euro 2016 champions Portugal, who will not have Cristiano Ronaldo in their ranks at Hampden Park on Sunday 14th October.
Lewis Cook and Aaron Ramsdale have been called up to represent the Young Lions at different age ranges.
Cook will play for the under-21s and won't play outside of the UK, he'll face Andorra at the Proact Stadium and then Scotland at Tynecastle.
Ramsdale is in the England under-20 squad.
Elsewhere, Mark Travers and Gavin Kilkenny are on standby for Republic of Ireland, Travers for the under-21s and Kilkenny for the under-19s.