Date: 5th October 2015 at 6:07pm
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Eleven players are off on their travels this international window.

With a few injury doubts over players, it remains to be seen if they have just travelled or will play a part in the October based games.

Northern Ireland have taken Jonny Evans, Chris Brunt and Gareth McAuley as they look to clinch qualification to a major tournament for the firs time since 1986 and they face Greece and Finland, knowing one win will book their place at France 2016.

James Chester is in the Welsh squad for their games against Bosnia and Herzegovina and Andorra. Wales last qualified back in 1958 and are also only three points away from booking their place in the competition.

Darren Fletcher and James Morrison are with Scotland for their games against Poland and Gibraltar. Morrison is however suspended for the Poland game, and Scotland have a slim chance of qualification of their own but need all six points available and then results elsewhere to go their way.

James McClean is in the Republic of Ireland squad for their games against Germany and Poland. With them being close to qualification as well, the Poland game could decide their fate.

Cristian Gamboa is in the Costa Rica squad for their friendlies against South Africa and USA.

Record signing Salomon Rondon is in the Venezuela squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Paraqauy and Brazil.

Stephane Sessegnon is in the Benin squad for their friendly against Congo, and we also have Serge Gnabry away with Germany’s Under 21’s for the Under 21 European qualifiers against Finland and Faroe Islands.

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