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When Palace's Internationals are in Action

8 October 2018

Eight Palace players are heading off for international duty this week as the second international break of the season begins.

There are some mouth-watering fixtures that could feature Eagles players, with the headline being Patrick van Aanholt's Holland taking on Germany in the UEFA Nations League on Friday.

Meanwhile Wayne Hennessey is set to equal, and possibly break, Palace's all-time cap record during this break. He needs to play in one of Wales' games against Spain and the Republic of Ireland to equal Mile Jedinak's 38-cap haul, and will surpass that total should he feature in both.

When Palace’s internationals are in action (all times BST)

Thursday 11th October
Portugal v England U19s (Kirby)
Friendly, Almada – 4pm

England U21s (Wan-Bissaka) v Andorra
Euro 19 qualifier, Chesterfield – 7.45pm

Wales (Hennessey) v Spain
Friendly, Cardiff – 7.45pm

France (Sakho) v Iceland
Friendly, Guingamp – 8pm

Friday 12th October
Ivory Coast (Zaha) v Central African Republic
2019 AFCON qualifier, Bouake – 6pm

Saturday 13th October
Norway (Sørloth) v Slovenia
Nations League, Oslo – 5pm

Holland (Van Aanholt) v Germany
Nations League, Amsterdam – 7.45pm

Senegal (Kouyaté) v Sudan
2019 AFCON qualifier, Dakar – 8pm

Tuesday 16th October
England U19s (Kirby) v Macedonia
Friendly, Burton-upon-Trent – 2pm

Central African Republic v Ivory Coast (Zaha)
2019 AFCON qualifier, Bangui – 3pm

Sudan v Senegal (Kouyaté)
2019 AFCON qualifier, Khartoum – 5.30pm

Scotland v England U21s (Wan-Bissaka)
Euro 19 qualifier, Edinburgh – 5.30pm

Norway (Sørloth) v Bulgaria
Nations League, Oslo – 7.45pm

Republic of Ireland v Wales (Hennessey)
Nations League, Dublin – 7.45pm

France (Sakho) v Germany
Nations League, St Denis – 7.45pm

Belgium v Holland (Van Aanholt)
Friendly, Brussels – 7.45pm

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