Fixtures

Which FPL players are on international duty ahead of Double Gameweek 32?

A week of international fixtures gets underway today, with Germany and Wales among the countries in action this evening.

This is the final international break of 2018/19 and falls before the biggest Double Gameweek of the season, so there will be a nervy wait for Fantasy managers as we keep our fingers crossed for an injury-free seven days.

This article gives a club-by-club rundown on which assets will be away from their sides during this period, also detailing the dates in which these players will be competing for their respective countries.

There are several high-profile names missing from this list, of course.

Mohamed Salah (£13.3m) won’t be linking up with Egypt, while Aymeric Laporte (£5.9m) and Sergio Aguero (£11.8m) will not be representing their respective countries either.

Alexandre Lacazette (£9.4m) was omitted from the France national squad, while Gonzalo Higuain (£9.6m), like Aguero, wasn’t selected by Argentina head coach Lionel Scaloni.

Marcos Alonso (£6.4m), Cesar Azpilicueta (£6.3m) and Jonny (£4.3m) won’t feature for Spain, meanwhile.

There are a cluster of players whose countries are scheduled to be in action in the early hours of Wednesday March 27 who then face a long-haul flight back from the Americas: Tim Ream (£4.2m), Antonio Valencia (£6.4m), DeAndre Yedlin (£4.5m), Miguel Almiron (£6.0m), Fabian Balbuena (£4.2m), Javier Hernandez (£6.1m) and Raul Jimenez (£6.8m).

It may be, however, that some of those players have been the subject of agreements between club and country to return to the UK before their respective nations’ second fixture over the international break, as has been the case before.

The good news for owners of Argentina and Brazil assets is that those two countries aren’t playing their two international friendlies in South America, although Argentina travel to Morocco on Tuesday.

Sadio Mane (£10.0m) is amongst the popular Fantasy options in action in Africa on Tuesday, while Son Heung-min (£8.6m) will be heading over to Asia for a double-header with South Korea – the second fixture being contested on Tuesday morning (UK time).

The FPL players on duty over the next week are as follows:

Arsenal

Aaron Ramsey – Wales – Mar 20 + 24
Sokratis – Greece – Mar 23 + 26
Granit Xhaka – Switzerland – Mar 23 + 26
Stephan Lichtsteiner – Switzerland – Mar 23 + 26
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Armenia – Mar 23 + 26
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Gabon – Mar 23
Alex Iwobi – Nigeria – Mar 22 + 26
Mohamed Elneny – Egypt – Mar 23 + 26
Lucas Torreira – Uruguay – Mar 22 + 25
Sead Kolasinac – Bosnia and Herzegovina – Mar 23 + 26
Eddie Nketiah – England under-20s – Mar 21 + 26
Joe Willock – England under-20s – Mar 21 + 26
Bukayo Saka – England under-19s – Mar 20 + 23 + 26

Bournemouth

David Brooks – Wales – Mar 20 + 24
Chris Mepham – Wales – Mar 20 + 24
Callum Wilson – England – Mar 22 + 25
Dominic Solanke – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Josh King – Norway – Mar 23 + 26
Ryan Fraser – Scotland – Mar 24*
Nathan Ake – Netherlands – Mar 21 + 24
Jefferson Lerma – Colombia – Mar 22 + 26

*Fraser will miss Scotland’s match against Kazakhstan on March 21.

Brighton and Hove Albion

Gaetan Bong – Cameroon – Mar 23
Shane Duffy – Ireland – Mar 23 + 26
Leon Balogun – Nigeria – Mar 22 + 26
Martin Montoya – Catalonia – Mar 25
Davy Propper – Netherlands – Mar 21 + 24
Beram Kayal – Israel – Mar 21 + 24
Viktor Gyokeres – Sweden under-21s – Mar 22 + 25

Burnley

Kevin Long – Ireland – Mar 23 + 26
Jeff Hendrick – Ireland – Mar 23 + 26
Robbie Brady – Ireland – Mar 23 + 26
James Tarkowski – England – Mar 22 + 25
Tom Heaton – England – Mar 22 + 25
Dwight McNeil – England under-20s – Mar 21 + 26
Johann Berg Gudmundsson – Iceland – Mar 22 + 25
Matej Vydra – Czech Republic – Mar 22 + 26

Cardiff City

Bruno Ecuele Manga – Gabon – Mar 23
Aron Gunnarsson – Iceland – Mar 22 + 25
Harry Arter – Ireland – Mar 23 + 26
Junior Hoilett – Canada – Mar 24
Callum Paterson – Scotland – Mar 21 + 24
Leandro Bacuna – Curacao – Mar 23

Chelsea

Ross Barkley – England – Mar 22 + 25
Callum Hudson-Odoi – England – Mar 22 + 25
Eden Hazard – Belgium – Mar 21 + 24
Mateo Kovacic – Croatia – Mar 21 + 24
Andreas Christensen – Denmark – Mar 21 + 26
N’Golo Kante – France – Mar 22 + 25
Olivier Giroud – France – Mar 22 + 25
Antonio Rudiger – Germany – Mar 20 + 24
Jorginho – Italy – Mar 23 + 26
Kepa Arrizabalaga – Spain – Mar 23 + 26

Crystal Palace

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Wayne Hennessey – Wales – Mar 20 + 24
Christian Benteke – Belgium – Mar 21 + 24
Michy Batshuayi – Belgium – Mar 21 + 24
Wilfried Zaha – Ivory Coast – Mar 23 + 26
Jeffrey Schlupp – Ghana – Mar 23
Jordan Ayew – Ghana – Mar 23
Cheikhou Kouyate – Senegal – Mar 23 + 26
Patrick van Aanholt – Netherlands – Mar 21 + 24

Everton

Cenk Tosun – Turkey – Mar 22 + 25
Lucas Digne – France – Mar 22 + 25
Kurt Zouma – France – Mar 22 + 25
Gylfi Sigurdsson – Iceland – Mar 22 + 25
Jonjoe Kenny – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Tom Davies – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Dominic Calvert-Lewin – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Ademola Lookman – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Jordan Pickford – England – Mar 22 + 25
Michael Keane – England – Mar 22 + 25
Richarlison – Brazil – Mar 23 + 26
Idrissa Gueye – Senegal – Mar 23 + 26
Yerry Mina – Colombia – Mar 22 + 26
Seamus Coleman – Ireland – Mar 23 + 26

Fulham

Ryan Sessegnon – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Steven Sessegnon – England under-19s – Mar 20 + 23 + 26
Aleksandar Mitrovic – Serbia – Mar 20 + 25
Floyd Ayite – Togo – Mar 24
Neeskens Kebano – DR Congo – Mar 24
Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa – Cameroon – Mar 23
Jean Michael Seri – Ivory Coast – Mar 23 + 26
Ryan Babel – Netherlands – Mar 21 + 24
Havard Nordtveit – Norway – Mar 23 + 26
Tim Ream – USA – Mar 21 + 26

Huddersfield Town

Philip Billing – Denmark – Mar 21 + 26
Zanka – Denmark – Mar 21 + 26
Jonas Lossl – Denmark – Mar 21 + 26
Jon Gorenc Stankovic – Slovenia – Mar 21 + 24
Abdelhamid Sabiri – Germany under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Steve Mounie – Benin – Mar 24

Leicester City

Danny Ward – Wales – Mar 20 + 24
James Maddison – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Hamza Choudhury – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Harvey Barnes – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Demarai Gray – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Harry Maguire – England – Mar 22 + 25
Ben Chilwell – England – Mar 22 + 25
Wilfred Ndidi – Nigeria – Mar 22 + 26
Youri Tielemans – Belgium – Mar 21 + 24
Kasper Schmeichel – Denmark – Mar 21 + 26
Caglar Soyuncu – Turkey – Mar 22 + 25
Jonny Evans – Northern Ireland – Mar 21 + 24

Liverpool

Jordan Henderson – England – Mar 22 + 25
Dejan Lovren – Croatia – Mar 21 + 24
Curtis Jones – England under-18s – Mar 20 + 22 + 24
Rafael Camacho – Portugal under-19s – Mar 20 + 26
Andrew Robertson – Scotland – Mar 24*
Virgil van Dijk – Netherlands – Mar 21 + 24
Georginio Wijnaldum – Netherlands – Mar 21 + 24
Simon Mignolet – Belgium – Mar 21 + 24
Divock Origi – Belgium – Mar 21 + 24
Sadio Mane – Senegal – Mar 23 + 26
Alisson – Brazil – Mar 23 + 26
Fabinho – Brazil – Mar 23 + 26
Roberto Firmino – Brazil – Mar 23 + 26

*Robertson will miss Scotland’s match against Kazakhstan on March 21 after having dental surgery.

Manchester City

Kyle Walker – England – Mar 22 + 25
Raheem Sterling – England – Mar 22 + 25
Leroy Sane – Germany – Mar 20 + 24
Ilkay Gundogan – Germany – Mar 20 + 24
Bernardo Silva – Portugal – Mar 22 + 25
Oleksandr Zinchenko – Ukraine – Mar 22 + 25
Ederson – Brazil – Mar 23 + 26
Danilo – Brazil – Mar 23 + 26
Gabriel Jesus – Brazil – Mar 23 + 26
Riyad Mahrez – Algeria – Mar 22 + 26
Phil Foden – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Arijanet Muric – Kosovo – Mar 21 + 25

Manchester United

Angel Gomes – England under-19s – Mar 20 + 23 + 26
Paul Pogba – France – Mar 22 + 25
Scott McTominay – Scotland – Mar 21 + 24
Eric Bailly – Ivory Coast – Mar 23 + 26
David De Gea – Spain – Mar 23 + 26
Antonio Valencia – Ecuador – Mar 22 + 27

Newcastle United

DeAndre Yedlin – USA – Mar 21 + 26
Fabian Schar – Switzerland – Mar 23 + 26
Christian Atsu – Ghana – Mar 23
Miguel Almiron – Paraguay – Mar 22 + 26
Paul Dummett – Wales – Mar 20 + 24
Martin Dubravka – Slovakia – Mar 21 + 24
Salomon Rondon – Venezuela – Mar 22 + 25
Freddie Woodman – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26

Southampton

Jan Bednarek – Poland – Mar 21 + 24
Stuart Armstrong – Scotland – Mar 21 + 24
Angus Gunn – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Mohamed Elyounoussi – Norway – Mar 23 + 26
James Ward-Prowse – England – Mar 22 + 25
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – Denmark – Mar 21 + 26
Oriel Romeu – Catalonia – Mar 25

Tottenham Hotspur

Victor Wanyama – Kenya – Mar 23
Ben Davies – Wales – Mar 20 + 24
Hugo Lloris – France – Mar 22 + 25
Moussa Sissoko – France – Mar 22 + 25
Kyle Walker-Peters – England under-21s – Mar 21 + 26
Davinson Sanchez – Colombia – Mar 22 + 26
Son Heung-min – South Korea – Mar 22 + 26
Serge Aurier – Ivory Coast – Mar 23 + 26
Juan Foyth – Argentina – Mar 22 + 26
Toby Alderweireld – Belgium – Mar 21 + 24
Jan Vertonghen – Belgium – Mar 21 + 24
Eric Dier – England – Mar 22 + 25
Harry Kane – England – Mar 22 + 25
Danny Rose – England – Mar 22 + 25
Kieran Trippier – England – Mar 22 + 25
Dele Alli – England – Mar 22 + 25
Christian Eriksen – Denmark – Mar 21 + 26

Watford

Gerard Deulofeu – Catalonia – Mar 25
Craig Cathcart – Northern Ireland – Mar 21 + 24
Sebastian Prodl – Austria – Mar 21 + 24
Ken Sema – Sweden – Mar 23 + 26
Roberto Pereyra – Argentina – Mar 22 + 26
Pontus Dahlberg – Sweden under-21s – Mar 22 + 25
Domingos Quina – Portugal under-20s – Mar 22 + 26

West Ham United

Lukasz Fabianski – Poland – Mar 21+ 24
Marko Arnautovic – Austria – Mar 21 + 24
Arthur Masuaku – DR Congo – Mar 24
Fabian Balbuena – Paraguay – Mar 23 + 27
Grady Diangana – England under-20s – Mar 21 + 26
Declan Rice – England – Mar 22 + 25
Manuel Lanzini – Argentina – Mar 22 + 26
Pedro Obiang – Equatorial Guinea – Mar 22 + 25
Javier Hernandez – Mexico – Mar 23 + 27
Felipe Anderson – Brazil – Mar 23 + 26
Conor Coventry – Republic of Ireland under-21s – Mar 24

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Leander Dendoncker – Belgium – Mar 21 + 24
Joao Moutinho – Portugal – Mar 22 + 25
Rui Patricio – Portugal – Mar 22 + 25
Ruben Neves – Portugal – Mar 22 + 25
Diogo Jota  – Portugal – Mar 22 + 25
Matt Doherty – Ireland – Mar 23 + 26
Raul Jimenez – Mexico – Mar 23 + 27
Romain Saiss – Morocco – Mar 22 + 26
Ruben Vinagre – Portugal under-20s – Mar 22 + 26
Morgan Gibbs-White – England under-19s – Mar 20 + 23 + 26

Withdrawn through injury

Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea and England)
Ethan Ampadu (Chelsea and Wales)
Xherdan Shaqiri (Liverpool and Switzerland)
Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool and England)
Fabian Delph (Manchester City and England)
John Stones (Manchester City and England)
Nicolas Otamendi (Manchester City and Argentina)
Anthony Martial (Manchester United and France)
Luke Shaw (Manchester United and England)
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United and England)
Nemanja Matic (Manchester United and Serbia)
Romelu Lukaku (Manchester United and Belgium)
Victor Lindelof (Manchester United and Sweden)*
Shane Long (Southampton and Ireland)

*withdrew because of personal reasons, rather than injury.

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  1. TRHero
    • 2 Years
    3 months, 26 days ago

    Planning to use BB chip
    No more FT and 2.9 in the bank.

    Guaita Button
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    Sterling (C) Sane Pogba Brooks Hojbejerg
    Jimenez Rashford Higuaine

    1. Button + Robbo/Doherty to Kepa + Laporte
    2. Button + Higuaine to Ryan/Foster + Aguero

    Thoughts?

  2. tkb
    • 4 Years
    3 months, 24 days ago

    Any thoughts on my FH team?

    Ederson
    Lindelof - D. Luiz - Schlupp
    Hazard - Son - Sterling - Pogba
    Aguero - Mitrovic - Jimenez

    3.9 4.2 3.8 3.8

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