Check out which Town players have featured for their countries
- An update on which Town players featured for their countries
- Five Terriers all play internationally
- A round-up of how they got on
Several Town players enjoyed game time for their countries during the international break.
Atop that list is midfielder Brahima Diarra, who made his debut for the Mali Under-23 side during their 3-1 defeat in Senegal on Wednesday 22 March. Starting on the bench, the 19-year-old came on to play the entire second half, but couldn’t help his nation overturn the two-goal deficit they had to chase at the interval.
Although Brahima didn't feature in the second leg against Senegal on Tuesday 28 March, Mali U23s came from behind and won 3-0, meaning they qualified for the U23 African Cup of Nations tournament.
Elsewhere, Brodie Spencer earned another two caps for the Northern Ireland Under-19 side as they were narrowly defeated 1-0 by France in the first of three Elite Qualifying Round games to be played during the current break. The full back didn't feature against Romania but was part of the starting line-up and captained his Northern Ireland side gainst Norway, which finished in a 2-5 loss.
That was closely followed by two caps for teammate Conor Falls, who came on as a substitute in the Irish’s second game against Romania on Saturday evening. The forward also featured on the bench against Norway, coming on in the 65th minute.
On-loan winger Sorba Thomas also earned another senior cap for Wales, coming on as a second half substitute in their dramatic 1-1 draw at Croatia.
After sitting on the bench in their game against Switzerland, Nicholas Bilokpic completed the full 90 minutes for Australia's U23 side, where he kept a clean sheet in a 4-0 win over Como 1907 on Monday 27 March.
Tomáš Vaclík was an unused substitute in both games for Czech Republic, as they won 3-1 against Poland and drew 0-0 with Moldova.
Charles Ondo also didn't feature for Equatorial Guinea, but gained valuable experience travelling with his country during this international break.