Swans on international duty
Swansea City will have 15 players representing their countries over the next week.
Tammy Abraham will hope to make his debut for England's senior team after being called up by Gareth Southgate following the striker's form for the Swans.
The 20-year-old would become the second Swan to have represented England while at the club - Jonjo Shelvey was the first - if he features in the friendly matches against world champions Germany on Friday and Brazil next Tuesday at Wembley.
Martin Olsson and Kristoffer Nordfeldt are hoping to book their places at the World Cup in Russia next year as Sweden face two crucial matches against Italy.
Their first leg play-off sees them host Italy in Solna on Friday before the deciding game in Milan takes place on Monday.
Lukasz Fabianski is already assured of his place at the tournament, and he can look forward to a home double-header.
Poland host Uruguay in Warsaw on Friday before facing Mexico in Gdansk on Monday.
Ki Sung-Yueng also has two home games to look forward to with South Korea.
The midfielder will again captain his country as they host Colombia on Friday and Serbia on Tuesday.
Four players are set to feature for their nations at under-21 level.
Joe Rodon and Jack Evans will be in Wales' plans for the games against Bosnia (Friday) and Romania (Tuesday) in Bangor.
The game against Romania will see the Swans pair come up against team-mate Marco Dulca. The midfielder is part of the Romania squad, who also prepare to face Portugal in Ovidiu.
Oli McBurnie hopes to help Scotland continue their promising start to qualifying for the Euro U21 Championships.
They face Latvia on Friday before hosting Ukraine on Tuesday, with both games taking place at McDiarmid Park.
Six players are on duty for Wales U19s.
Brandon Cooper, Joe Lewis and Liam Cullen all started in the 2-1 defeat to Slovakia while Keiran Evans came off the bench.
Mason Jones-Thomas and Oliver Cooper are also in the squad as Wales prepare for upcoming games against Turkey and Kazakhstan.