Mixed fortunes for Swans' international contingent
15th November 2016
Swans stars have been busy on international duty, with a mixed bag of results.
Lukasz Fabianski helped Poland to a 3-0 win at Romania to boost his nation's hopes of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.
The Swans keeper kept a clean sheet as Poland maintained their unbeaten run to stay top of Group E with three wins and a draw from their opening four games.
Fabianski was an unused substitute on Monday night as Poland drew 1-1 with Slovenia in a friendly match.
Gylfi Sigurdsson played the full game as Iceland went down to a 2-0 defeat in Croatia.
The loss leaves Iceland in third place in Group I - three points behind leaders Croatia.
Neil Taylor and Wales were held to a 1-1 draw by Serbia, who levelled late on despite Gareth Bale's first-half opener.
Taylor featured for the full 90 minutes as Chris Coleman's side remain unbeaten with one win and three draws from their four matches in Group D.
Ki, Sigurdsson and keeper Mark Birighitti meanwhile, could all feature for their nations today.
Ki - who missed South Korea's friendly win over Canada - is in action against Uzbekistan in a crucial World Cup qualifier, while Sigurdsson's Iceland visit Malta in a friendly.
Birighitti will look to earn his second cap when Australia face Thailand in a World Cup qualifier.
Alfie Mawson made his first appearance for England Under-21s in their 3-2 friendly defeat in France on Monday night. The centre-back was also an unused sub in the 3-2 friendly win over Italy last week.
At U19 level, Aaron Lewis and Jack Evans were both in action for Wales.
Evans started the 2-0 defeat to Greece while Lewis came off the bench at the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham.
Lewis then started for Wales U19s as they beat England 3-2, with Evans featuring as a used substitute.
The pair, along with Liam Cullen and Kieran Evans, all hope to play their part in today's home clash with Luxembourg.