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8 October 2019

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Find out when Town's international players might feature

- All the information on the Town players on international duty
- 11 Terriers called up to represent their nations
- Find out when they’re playing over the next 10 days!

A total of 11 Huddersfield Town players across First Team and Academy levels will represent their national sides in the October international break.

That number includes Juninho Bacuna, who has been rewarded for his recent form in a Town shirt with another call up to the Curaçao national side for their CONCACAF Nations League game against Costa Rica on Monday 14 October 2019.

Bacca earned his first cap for Curaçao last month after committing his international future to them, having represented the Netherlands at youth level.

Full-back Florent Hadergjonaj has been called up for Kosovo again as their UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifying campaign continues with games against Gibraltar - a friendly - and Montenegro.

Flo will be part of the squad that takes on Gibraltar on Thursday 10 October 2019 before they host Montenegro four days later.

The Dardanët currently sit in third in Group A with just one defeat from their five games so far; coming against England during last month’s international break.

Trevoh Chalobah has retained his place in Aidy Boothroyd’s England Under-21s side for their upcoming international match away at Slovenia before a UEFA European U21 Championship qualifier against Austria in the next week.

The midfielder was called up to the Young Lions’ U21 side for the first time last month and could feature as they look to stay unbeaten in the group.

Like Trevoh, Kamil Grabara has also been called up to his respective U21 side; Poland’s U21s for their two UEFA European U21 Championship qualifiers.

Grabara and co will face both Russia U21 and Serbia U21, aiming to maintain their 100% record and position at the top of Group E.

Steve Mounié will join up with Benin’s national team once again over the October international break ahead of an upcoming game against Guinea-Bissau later this month.

Along with the First Team players, four Young Terriers have also been selected in their respective national squads for the upcoming fixtures.

Both Robson Shipley and Pat Jones have been named in the Wales Under-17s squad for their three U-17 EURO Qualifying fixtures this month.

The lads will travel to the Netherlands where they will face the hosts, as well as Slovenia and Kosovo in the space of a week.

Under-17s midfielder Ernaldo Krasniqi has also been named in the Albania Under-17s squad again having made his international debut for them in September.

Forward Andre Edionhon has also linked up with the Nigeria Under-17s team in Sao Paulo for a training camp in preparation for the 2019 FIFA Under-17 World Cup, which kicks-off later this month.

Elsewhere, Aaron Mooy, currently on loan at Brighton & Hove Albion has been selected in Graham Arnold’s Australia squad for their Second Round World Cup Qualifiers against Nepal and Chinese Taipei on Thursday 10 October 2019 and Tuesday 15 October 2019 respectively.

Ramadan Sobhi will feature for Egypt's Under-23s in a double-header of friendlies against South Africa.

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