Saints' March international roll call

By SFC Media Tue 12 Mar International
Photo by Reuters | Jan Bednarek

Find out which senior Southampton players have been called up by their national teams for the March internationals.

This list will be updated as more squads are announced…

James Ward-Prowse (England)

The Academy graduate has been rewarded for his recent hot streak with the chance to add to his first senior cap, earned in a friendly against Germany two years ago. England begin their EURO 2020 qualifying campaign at home to Czech Republic on Friday 22nd March, before travelling to Montenegro on Monday 25th March.

Shane Long (Republic of Ireland)

The Saints forward has been included in new manager Mick McCarthy’s provisional squad, ahead of a pair of EURO 2020 qualifiers, the first of which is away to Gibraltar on Saturday 23rd March and the second of which is at home to Georgia on Tuesday 26th March.

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (Denmark)

The Southampton captain has a friendly on the agenda first, away to Kosovo on Thursday 21st March, with that game acting as a warm-up for their opening EURO 2020 qualifier, away to Switzerland on Tuesday 26th March.

Jan Bednarek (Poland)

It’s a double header in EURO 2020 qualification for Bednarek and Poland, who begin with a visit to Austria on Thursday 21st March and then host Latvia on Sunday 24th March.

Stuart Armstrong (Scotland)

It’s a pair of away games to kick-off EURO 2020 qualification for Armstrong and Scotland, as they head to Kazakhstan on Thursday 21st March and then San Marino on Sunday 24th March.

Mohamed Elyounoussi (Norway)

It’s an incredibly tough start to EURO 2020 qualification for Norway, as they face a big double header. First up is a trip to face Spain, on Saturday 23rd March, before they host Sweden on Tuesday 26th March.

Angus Gunn (England Under-21s)

The Southampton keeper is part of Aidy Boothroyd's squad for a pair of home friendly matches, as the Young Lions warm-up for this summer's UEFA European U21 Championship. First up is Poland, at Ashton Gate, on Thursday 21st March, before Germany, at Vitality Stadium, on Tuesday 26th March.


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