Saints' September international guide

By SFC Media Wed 05 Sep International
Photo by Getty Images | Cédric

With a host of Saints players set for international action around the globe, here is our round-up of who to follow and when in the coming days...

Wednesday 5th September

Jake Vokins – England U19 vs Netherlands U19 (friendly) 3pm BST
 
Thursday 6th September

Angus Gunn – England U21 vs Netherlands U21 (Euro 2019 qualifier) 6pm BST
Cédric – Portugal vs Croatia (friendly) 7.45pm BST
Mohamed Elyounoussi – Norway vs Cyprus (Nations League) 7.45pm BST

Friday 7th September

Stuart Armstrong – Scotland vs Belgium (friendly) 7.45pm BST
Jan Bednarek – Italy vs Poland (Nations League) 7.45pm BST

Saturday 8th September

Steven Davis – Northern Ireland vs Bosnia-Herzegovina (Nations League) 2pm BST
Mario Lemina – Gabon vs Burundi (Africa Cup of Nations qualifier) 4pm BST
Alex McCarthy – England vs Spain (Nations League) 7.45pm BST

Sunday 9th September

Mohamed Elyounoussi – Bulgaria vs Norway (Nations League) 5pm BST

Monday 10th September

Jake Vokins – Belgium U19 vs England U19 (friendly) 6pm BST
Cédric – Portugal vs Italy (Nations League) 7.45pm BST
Stuart Armstrong – Scotland vs Albania (Nations League) 7.45pm BST

Tuesday 11th September

Angus Gunn – Latvia U21 vs England U21 (Euro 2019 qualifier) 3pm BST
Mario Lemina – Gabon vs Zambia (friendly) 6pm BST
Steven Davis – Northern Ireland vs Israel (friendly) 7.45pm BST
Jan Bednarek – Poland vs Republic of Ireland (friendly) 7.45pm BST
Alex McCarthy – England vs Switzerland (friendly) 8pm BST

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