A look at Huddersfield Town’s international call-ups for the October 2021 fixtures
- Six players across the Club called-up
- Sorba Thomas and Danel Sinani make senior international side
- Levi Colwill, Scott High, Brodie Spender and Conor Falls called-up to age groups
Here is an update on the six international call-ups received by Huddersfield Town players during this international break!
With two senior and four age group call-ups this international break, six Town players have been selected by their country for the October 2021 internationals.
A first international call-up for Sorba Thomas, his lightening start to this Championship season has not gone ignored by Robert Page, who’s drafted him up for Wales for the first time.
With a goal and six assists to his name already, Sorba will be hoping to make his full debut and earn a full cap in World Cup Qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Estonia.
One of Luxembourg’s regulars, Danel Sinani will be hoping to add to his 37 caps against Serbia and Portugal in their World Cup Qualifiers.
With six international goals, Sinani is an influential for his country and will be relishing the opportunity to test himself against two tough opponents in the coming weeks.
Having been called up for a second time, Levi Colwill has been forced to withdraw from England's Under-21s due to injury.
After picking up a knock against Swansea City playing for Town, he missed the subsequent matches against Blackburn Rovers and Luton Town.
Called up to Scotland's Under-21s for the second time, Scott High will be hoping to build on a fine performance against Luton Town in the upcoming international against Denmark.
He'll be hoping to make his debut in their UEFA Under-21s European Championship qualifier, which will be played at Tynecastle and televised by BBC Scotland.
Having made his Northern Ireland Under-19s debut in September 2021 against the Faroe Islands, Brodie Spencer has been called up again for their upcoming UEFA Under-19s European Championship’s qualifiers.
Moved from midfield to full-back at Town, the now B Team regular will be looking to get himself another cap for Northern Ireland during this international break.
A late call-up for Northern Ireland's Under-19s, Conor has been capped by his country twice at this age group, making his second appearance as a substitute in the same game against the Faroe Islands as Brodie Spencer made his debut.
The striker plays at Under-19 level for Town, recently putting pen to paper on his first professional contract with the Club running until 2023.