Swans on international duty

9th November 2016

The Swans will have 12 players representing their countries throughout the next few days.
Attention now turns to crucial World Cup qualifiers, with six Swans set for senior national duty.
Stephen Kingsley is part of the Scotland squad for Friday night's clash with England at Wembley. The left-back, who has made seven appearances for the Swans this season, hopes to pick up his second cap for Gordon Strachan's side.
Neil Taylor is among Chris Coleman's squad as Euro 2016 semi-finalists Wales look to continue their unbeaten start to qualifying when they host Serbia in Cardiff on Saturday.
Gylfi Sigurdsson, meanwhile, has two games to prepare for as Iceland take in trips to Croatia and Malta.
Keeper Lukasz Fabianski will also be in action as Poland travel to Bucharest to play Romania before hosting Slovenia in Wroclaw three days later.
Leroy Fer has been handed a late call up for the Netherlands, who visit Luxembourg on Sunday. The midfielder last played for his country in 2014, and looks to win his 12th cap.
Ki Sung-Yueng is on home soil for both of South Korea's matches as they host Canada in a friendly before a crucial Asia qualifying clash with Uzbekistan.
Mark Birighitti heads to Bangkok looking to earn his second international cap as Australia look to maintain their unbeaten start to qualifying when they face Thailand.

At youth level, Alfie Mawson hopes to make his first appearance for England Under-21s in their friendly matches against Italy in Southampton and France in Bondoufle - just outside Paris.
Finally, the Swans have four youngsters included in Wales U19s' squad for the forthcoming games against Greece, England and Luxembourg.
Aaron Lewis, Jack Evans, Kieran Evans and Liam Cullen all hope to feature as Wales start their Euro U19s Championship campaign.

Swans on international duty
Neil Taylor - Wales

Sat, Nov 12: Serbia (h)

Stephen Kingsley - Scotland
Fri, Nov 11: England (a)

Gylfi Sigurdsson - Iceland
Sat, Nov 12: Croatia (away)
Tues, Nov 15: Malta (a)

Lukasz Fabianski - Poland
Fri, Nov 11: Romania (a)
Mon, Nov 14: Slovenia (h)

Ki Sung-Yueng - South Korea
Fri, Nov 11: Canada (h)
Tues, Nov 15: Uzbekistan (h)

Mark Birighitti - Australia
Tues, Nov 15: Thailand (a)

Alfie Mawson - England U21s
Thurs, Nov 10: Italy (h)
Mon, Nov 14: France (a)

Aaron Lewis, Jack Evans, Liam Cullen, Kieran Evans - Wales U19s
Thurs, Nov 10: Greece (h)
Sat, Nov 12: England (h)
Tues, Nov 15: Luxembourg (h)