Spurs Players on International Duty
Here is all the information you need of the Spurs players that are on international duty this September.
Hugo Lloris was originally in the French squad for their games against Holland and Germany but pulled out with injury. The World Cup winning captain was replaced by Montpellier keeper Benjamin Lecomte.
Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen and Moussa Dembele are all in the Belgium squad that has former Celtic and Aston Villa player Shaun Maloney as part of their backroom staff. The Spurs trio will not have far to travel as they have a friendly away against Scotland at Hampden Park on Friday 7th September. They will then have a tricky tie away against Iceland on Tuesday 11th September.
Cameron Carter-Vickers has been named in a young United States squad that will face difficult games against Brazil and Mexico.
Elsewhere Davinson Sanchez is in the Colombia squad for games against Venezuela and Argentina hoping to keep up the impressive central defence partnership he formed with Yerry Mina at the World Cup.
After winning gold at the Asian Games Heung-min Son goes straight back to international duty for South Korea with friendlies at home against Costa Rica and Chile.
No Eriksen for Denmark
Ben Davies’ Wales will face Republic of Ireland in the Nations League on Thursday and then Denmark on Sunday.
It is looking more and more likely that he will not face teammate Christian Eriksen as the Danish FA are in a dispute with players over their commercial rights meaning that stars like Eriksen and Kasper Schmeichel are not in the squad. As a result amateur, semi-pro and even futsal players make up the squad and appeared for Denmark against Slovakia in a friendly last night.
Kyle Walker-Peters and Josh Onomah are both in Aidy Boothroyd’s England under 21 squad for games against Holland on Thursday 6th September and then Latvia on Tuesday 11th September.
Harry Kane, Eric Dier, Dele Alli, Danny Rose and Kieran Trippier will all surely feature at some point for the England senior team, either in their Nations League game against Spain on Saturday 8th September or the friendly against Switzerland on Tuesday 11th September.
— Harry Kane (@HKane) September 4, 2018
Elsewhere Victor Wanyama will not be playing for Kenya in their AFCON qualifier against Ghana after initial uncertainty over whether the thigh injury he picked up in pre-season would keep him out.
Finally, Serge Aurier’s Ivory Coast will face Rwanda on 7th September in an AFCON qualifier.
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