Swans' international stars in action

8th October 2015

While the Swans are on a break next week due to international fixtures, 20 members of the squad will link up with their countries.
Welsh duo Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor form part of Chris Coleman's squad as they look to qualify for a major tournament for the first time since 1958.
Wales need just a point from their remaining two games against Bosnia and Andorra to qualify for Euro 2016.
Jonjo Shelvey aims to win his fourth cap for England - who have already qualified - after being included in Roy Hodgson's squad for the matches against Estonia and Lithuania while Gylfi Sigurdsson features for Iceland - another team to have booked their place in France next year - as they take on Latvia and Turkey.
Lukasz Fabianski faces two crucial qualifying matches against Scotland and Republic of Ireland as Poland look to confirm their place in next year's championships.

Eder has been called up by Portugual, who need just a point from their remaining two matches against Denmark and Serbia while Kristoffer Nordfeldt's Sweden - third in Group G - need victories against Liechtenstein and Moldova if they are to oust Russia from second spot.
Outside of Europe, Jefferson Montero will be in action for Ecuador during their World Cup qualifiers against Argentina and Bolivia while Ki Sung-Yueng's host Kuwait for a World Cup qualifying match before taking on Jamaica in a friendly.
Meanwhile, in the younger age groups, Liam Shephard, Josh Sheehan - on loan at Yeovil - and Ryan Hedges are part of the Wales Under-21s squad for the forthcoming Uefa Championship qualifier in Denmark.
Jay Fulton and Stephen Kingsley - who are currently on loan at Oldham and Crewe - are among Scotland U21s' squad for their qualifying matches against France and Iceland while Matt Grimes has been called up by England U20s for the MU20 Elite Cup tournament which sees them face Holland, Turkey and hosts Germany.
At U19 level, Tom Holland's Republic of Ireland face back-to-back matches with Ukraine while Stephen Fallon will hope to feature for Northern Ireland in their double-header against Iceland.
Finally, Lewis Thomas, Joe Rodon and Daniel James will link up with Wales U19s for a training camp.

Wales (Ashley Williams; Neil Taylor)
Oct 10: Bosnia (away)
Oct 13: Andorra (home)

England (Jonjo Shelvey)
Oct 9: Estonia (home)
Oct 12: Lithuania (away)

Iceland (Gylfi Sigurdsson)
Oct 10: Latvia (home)
Oct 13: Turkey (home)

Poland (Lukasz Fabianski)
Oct: 8: Scotland (away)
Oct 11: Republic of Ireland (home)

Portugal (Eder)
Oct 8: Denmark (home)
Oct 11: Serbia (away)

Sweden (Kristoffer Nordfeldt)
Oct 9: Liechtenstein (away)
Oct 12: Moldova (home)

Ecuador (Jefferson Montero)
Oct 9: Argentina (away)
Oct 13: Bolivia (home)

South Korea (Ki Sung-Yueng)
Oct 8: Kuwait (away)
Oct 13: Jamaica (home)

Wales U21s (Liam Shephard; Josh Sheehan; Ryan Hedges)
Oct 9: Denmark (away)

Scotland U21s (Jay Fulton; Stephen Kingsley)
Oct 10: France (home)
Oct 13: Iceland (home)

England U20s (Matt Grimes)
Oct 7: Holland (Germany)
Oct 10: Turkey (Germany)
Oct 13: Germany (Germany)

Northern Ireland U19s (Stephen Fallon)
Oct 9: Iceland (away)
Oct 11: Iceland (away)

Republic of Ireland (Tom Holland)
Oct 10: Ukraine (home)
Oct 12: Ukraine (home)

Wales U19s (Lewis Thomas; Joe Rodon; Daniel James)
Oct 12-15: Training camp