Eleven Eintracht players will jet off to represent their countries during the upcoming international break between 7-16 October.

Djibril Sow earned the most recent of his four caps for Switzerland against Denmark and could now go up against Eintracht team-mate Frederik Rönnow.
Djibril Sow earned the most recent of his four caps for Switzerland against Denmark and could now go up against Eintracht team-mate Frederik Rönnow.

Among their number will be Frederik Rönnow and Djibril Sow, who will be on opposite sides of the pitch when Denmark host Switzerland in Copenhagen. Several other players are participating in UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying, with André Silva in the Portuguese squad, Martin Hinteregger with Austria and Mijat Gacinovic and Filip Kostic set to lace their boots for Serbia.

Elsewhere, two-time Japan international Daichi Kamada is in line to make his competitive debut at senior international level in FIFA World Cup qualifying and Dejan Joveljic is in action for Serbia's Under-21s as they look to make up ground in UEFA U21 European Championship qualifying. Meanwhile Evan Ndicka will link up with France's U20s in Marbella, where they will play friendlies against their counterparts from Norway and Sweden.

Matches at a glance

Thursday, 10 October

Japan - Mongolia (12:35 CEST)
Norway U20 - France U20 (17:00 CEST)
Austria - Israel (20:45 CEST)
Serbia - Paraguay (20:45 CEST)

Friday, 11 October

Russia U21 - Serbia U21 (18:00 CEST)
Portugal - Luxemburg (19:45 CEST)

Saturday, 12 October

France U20 - Sweden U20 (17:00 CEST)
Denmark - Szwitzerland (18:00 CEST)
Comoros - Guinea (TBC)

Sunday, 13 October

Slovenia - Austria (20:45 CEST)

Monday, 14 October

Lithuania - Serbia (20:45 CEST)
Ukraine - Portugal (20:45 CEST)

Tuesday, 15 October

Tajikistan - Japan (14:00 CEST)
Bosnia and Herzegovina U21 - Germany U21 (18:00 CEST)
Serbia U21 - Lattvia U21 (18:00 CEST)
Denmark - Luxembourg (19:00 CEST)
Switzerland - Republic of Ireland (20:45 CEST)
Chile - Guinea (TBC)

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