Manchester United have seven players set for senior international duty over the coming days.

It might have been more but for injury, with Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial both missing out on France call-ups and Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw unavailable for England. Fred and Nemanja Matic among those who are fit but were overlooked for one reason or another.

Of those United players that are representing their respective countries this month, here’s a look at when and where you can catch them in action.

All TV/live stream information relates to UK availability.

Marcos Rojo (Argentina)


Despite looking destined for an exit during the summer, Rojo has forced his way back into the picture at United in recent weeks. The same could be said for his international career as last month he played his first minutes for Argentina since the 2018 World Cup.

Rojo is the second most capped player in an Argentina squad that will face Germany and Ecuador in friendlies over the coming days, both of which are being played in Europe.

Sergio Romero, who hasn’t been called up for nearly a year, misses out again.

GameDate/TimeChannel/Live Stream
Germany vs Argentina9 Oct @ 19.45 (BST)Sky Sports Football / NOW TV
Ecuador vs Argentina13 Oct @ 15.00 (BST)Not in UK

Victor Lindelof (Sweden)

Victor Nilsson Lindelof

Lindelof was forced to miss the Newcastle defeat at the weekend because of a back complaint, but as things stand, he is still part of this month’s Sweden squad.

The 25-year-old was United’s standout defender last season, although he has struggled for form so far in 2019/20 and was publicly very critical of his own performance for Sweden last month.

Sweden face back-to-back Euro 2020 qualifiers against Malta and Spain.

GameDate/TimeChannel/Live Stream
Malta vs Sweden12 Oct @ 19.45 (BST)Sky Sports Red Button
Sweden vs Spain15 Oct @ 19.45 (BST)Sky Sports Premier League / NOW TV

Scott McTominay (Scotland)

Scott Mctominay

McTominay can lay a claim to being United’s best player so far this season, even if the bar is not particularly high, and has firmly established himself as a starter in Scotland’s midfield.

The 22-year-old now has 11 senior caps to his name after choosing Scotland over England and has started each of his country’s last three qualifiers against Belgium (twice) and Russia.

An away trip to Russia promises to be difficult, but San Marino at home should be an almost guaranteed win. Scotland’s chance of reaching Euro 2020 via the qualifying group are over, but they will still have a second chance playoff by virtue of their Nations League campaign.

GameDate/TimeChannel/Live Stream
Russia vs Scotland10 Oct @ 19.45 (BST)Sky Sports Football / NOW TV
Scotland vs San Marino13 Oct @ 17.00 (BST)Sky Sports Main Event & Football / NOW TV

Daniel James (Wales)

Daniel James

James scored a fine goal in his last outing for Wales in September, adding to three Premier League goals in August, but he hasn’t actually found the net since his flying start for United.

It is unfair to pin any goalscoring problems on the 21-year-old, who probably never expected to be such a key figure so soon, although United fans will certainly hope he can rediscover his golden touch on Wales duty over the coming days.

These two games against Slovakia and Croatia will make or break Wales’ Euro 2020 chances.

GameDate/TimeChannel/Live Stream
Slovakia vs Wales10 Oct @ 19.45S4C / Sky Sports Football / NOW TV
Wales vs Croatia13 Oct @ 19.45S4C / Sky Sports Main Event & Football / NOW TV

David de Gea (Spain)

David De Gea

Patchy club form over the last few months has seen De Gea lose his starting place for Spain to Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, with the United stopper having to make do with the pity international games he used to be rested for.

It therefore remains to be seen whether he will play in either of Spain’s away Euro 2020 qualifiers against Norway and Sweden this month.

La Roja can seal early qualification for the tournament if they win both games.

GameDate/TimeChannel/Live Stream
Norway vs Spain12 Oct @ 19.45 (BST)Sky Sports Premier League / NOW TV
Sweden vs Spain15 Oct @ 19.45 (BST)Sky Sports Premier League / NOW TV

Marcus Rashford & Harry Maguire (England)

Marcus Rashford

Rashford perhaps cannot expect to start for England this month, a result of a combination of his poor recent form and the impossible to ignore rise of Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho.

Maguire is much more likely to start both of England’s qualifiers against Czech Republic and Bulgaria, with two wins enough to qualify for Euro 2020 with games to spare.

Illness prevented Aaron Wan-Bissaka from getting another senior call-up after he was cruelly forced to withdraw from the last England squad through injury. Jesse Lingard was overlooked, although he has since suffered a hamstring injury anyway.

GameDate/TimeChannel/Live Stream
Czech Republic vs England11 Oct @ 19.45 (BST)ITV 1 / ITV Player
Bulgaria vs England14 Oct @ 19.45 (BST)ITV 1 / ITV Player

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