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Quartet receive international call-ups


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Asmir Begovic, Philip Billing, Joshua King and Mark Travers all receive call-ups to their respective international sides.

Philip Billing could make his senior Denmark debut having been called up for their fixtures against Faroe Islands, Iceland and England. The midfielder could appear against the Three Lions at Wembley in the Nations League on October 14th. 

Meanwhile, Asmir Begovic could feature for Bosnia & Herzegovina in their important UEFA European Championship qualifier play-off against Northern Ireland on October 8th. The goalkeeper, who has played 63 times for his country, could also face off against Poland and Netherlands in Nations League action across a busy international window. 

Joshua King could also face Northern Ireland as Norway welcome Ian Baraclough's side to Oslo in the Nations League on October 14th, also playing Romania three days prior in the same competition. The forward could be in action in their European Championships qualifying play-off against Serbia on October 8th.

Mark Travers will be looking to add to his two caps for Ireland when they take on Slovakia, Wales and Finland over the break. The goalkeeper made his senior international debut in September 2019, starting in a 3–1 win over Bulgaria at the Aviva Stadium. 

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