Eight Watford players could feature for their respective nations during the international break as the Euro 2024 qualification groups reach their conclusion and World Cup qualification continues.

Having helped Scotland qualify for the Euro finals in Germany next summer, Ryan Porteous is in line to feature against Georgia in Tbilisi on Thursday before Steve Clarke’s men finish their Group A campaign at home to Norway on Sunday.

The qualifier in Georgia could see the centre-half line-up against club-mate Giorgi Chakvetadze before his nation end their Group A fixtures with a trip to face Spain in Valladolid on Sunday.

Ken Sema is back in the Sweden squad following his return from injury and their Group F qualifiers end with a trip to Azerbaijan on Thursday before a home date with Estonia on Sunday.

The fourth Watford player who could feature in the final round of Euro qualifiers is Jamal Lewis as Northern Ireland travel to Finland on Friday, with their last Group H game at home to Denmark on Monday.

Yaser Asprilla is in the Colombia squad as they prepare for a World Cup qualifier against Brazil on Friday before taking on Paraguay on Monday.

Fresh from scoring his first Watford goal in the 5-0 victory over Rotherham United on Saturday, Edo Kayembe could be back in action tomorrow when DR Congo kick-off their World Cup qualification against Mauritania and then face Sudan on Sunday.

Fellow midfielder Ismael Kone will hope to add to his Canada caps in a two-legged CONCACAF Nations League quarter-final against Jamaica.

The first leg takes place in Kingston on Saturday with the return in Toronto on Wednesday.

Finally, Ryan Andrews has been named in the England Men’s Elite League squad for the third successive time and they meet Italy on Thursday and Germany on Monday.