Bogdan is the only Liverpool player with a chance of playing a competitive match, with his country set to take on Norway in a Euro 2016 qualifier doubler-header. Hungary won 1-0 last night in the first-leg, but veteran Gabor Kiraly started instead!
Nathaniel Clyne, Adam Lallana
England take on France and Spain in intriguing friendlies, and you can expect Clyne and Lallana to be involved in both.
The youngster is being continually selected in Germany squads under Joachim Loew, despite some ropy recent Liverpool form. He will hope for a run-out against France and bitter rivals Holland in the World Champion’s two friendlies.
Joe Allen, Danny Ward
Allen is a key player for the Welsh and will likely play the whole of the game against Holland, who missed out on the Euros. Ward, on loan at Aberdeen, will make his debut if selected after superb SPL form.
The Slovakia captain has two friendlies against Switzerland and Iceland to consider with his country also qualified.
Simon Mignolet, Christian Benteke
Mignolet will start in goal with Thibaut Courtois still injured against Italy and Spain, while Benteke and Romelu Lukaku will probably share the striking duties.
Divock Origi, Harry Wilson, Ryan Fulton, Ryan McLaughlin, Cameron Brannagan, Ryan Kent, Sheyi Ojo
Origi’s been dumped to the Under-21s, while Wilson is a key Welsh youth player. Fulton, Kent, Brannagan and Ojo play for England Under-20s, while McLaughlin represents the Northern Irish.