Eight Crystal Palace players have been called-up to their country's senior squad for upcoming international matches.
Forwards Christian Benteke and Michy Batshuayi have been selected to represent Belgium in their clashes with Russia and Cyprus respectively next week.
Benteke has not been part of the Red Devils' squad since June 2018 with Batshuayi having played most recently as a substitute in a Nations League match in November.
Elsewhere, Jordan Ayew has kept his place in the Ghana squad since he and his brother Andre were recalled after a year's absence, and he will be joined by Jeffrey Schlupp who hasn't played internationally since September 2017.
Palace's most capped international player Wayne Hennessey has made the Wales squad while another perhaps forgone conclusion is Cheikhou Kouyate's selection for Senegal.
For Ivory Coast, Wilfried Zaha has been flown out for an Afcon qualifier against Rwanda on 23rd March and a friendly against Liberia the following Tuesday, though he is to have a hamstring injury assessed by the national team.
International match date and times (GMT):
21st March v Russia, 19.45
24th March v Cyprus, 19.45
23rd March v Kenya, 18.00
26th March v Rwanda
20th March v Trinidad and Tobago, 19.45
24th March v Slovakia, 14.00
22nd March v Madagascar, 23.00
26th March v Mali, 11.00
23rd March v Rwanda, 17.00
26th March v Liberia