Leicester players in action for a number of internationals coming up, Thomas, Faes and Tielemans in the mix

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Luke Thomas will get a chance to add more U.21 caps to his name as he is in the squad for the games vs. Germany and Italy coming up 22nd and 27th of September. Thomas has so far 8 caps and will hopefully be in action.

Three Leicester players are in the Belglium squad for their two games vs. Netherlands and Wales. Timothy Castagne, Wout Faes and Youri Tielemans are in, Dennis Praet not.

The fact that Leicester do have three players in the squad of a nation currently being ranked 2nd in the World is a bit of a credit. Dennis Praet is also close to a call-up if match fit, so to see four Leicester players in this kit would be a joy to watch.

Danny Ward is picked for Wales as they take on Belgium for their only game in this international break. Caglar Soyuncu is in the Turkey squad for their games vs. Luxembourg and Faroe Island. Jonny Evans has joined Northern Ireland squad for their campaign.

Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho are both in the Nigeria squad as well as Nampalys Mendy flying out to join Senegal and Daniel Amartey being part of the Ghana squad. Sadly both Daniel Iversen and Jannik Vestergaard were dropped by Denmark as little game time is a key reason. Patson Daka will join the Zambia set up.

Leicester had no players in the England squad as James Maddison again for many surprisingly left out, Harvey Barnes and James Justin are two other Leicester players with a recent past and being players recently capped, but not in the squad this time.

England will play Italy on the 23rd of September as their only game this time.

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