Wanderers might have no League One fixture this weekend but several members of Ian Evatt’s squad could be involved on the international stage over the coming days. Here is all the information you need.

The Whites were scheduled to make the trip to the Abbey Stadium to take on Cambridge on Saturday afternoon but that game was postponed due to call-ups.

Josh Sheehan will be hoping to get on the pitch for Wales’ crucial Euro 2024 qualifiers as they aim to book their place at next summer’s tournament in Germany.

Rob Page’s men are joint-second with Croatia in Group D, having taken 10 points from their six fixtures so far.

Wales head to Armenia on Saturday, November 18 (2pm) before hosting current leaders Turkey on Tuesday, November 21 (7.45pm).

Meanwhile, Dion Charles and Eoin Toal could be involved as Northern Ireland wrap up their qualifying campaign.

Michael O’Neill’s side can no longer finish in the top two in Group H, with their only victories so far coming against bottom-ranked San Marino.

Northern Ireland head to Finland on Friday, November 17 (5pm) before hosting Denmark on Monday, November 20 (7.45pm).

Carlos Mendes Gomes could make his international debut after receiving a first call-up to the Guinea-Bissau squad.

The former Luton man has had a frustrating start to his Bolton career due to injury but returned to action against Solihull Moors in the FA Cup first round earlier this month.

Guinea-Bissau have World Cup qualifiers against Burkina Faso on Friday, November 17 (7pm) and Djibouti on Monday, November 20 (1pm).

Mendes Gomes will be hoping to make a positive impression ahead of the African Cup of Nations, which kicks off in January.

Elsewhere, West Brom loanee Zac Ashworth could get some minutes under his belt for the Wales Under-21 squad. The versatile defender recently returned to training after a spell on the sidelines.

Matty Jones’ side take on Iceland on Thursday, November 16 (6pm) before facing Denmark on Monday, November 20 (6pm).

Conor Carty could also be involved for the Republic of Ireland Under-21 squad following his FAI Trophy victory with St Patrick’s Athletic over the weekend.

Jim Crawford’s side have a couple of home fixtures coming up against Norway on Friday, November 17 (5pm) and Italy on Tuesday, November 21 (5.30pm).

Carty has now completed his loan spell in the League of Ireland but is not eligible to play for Wanderers until January due to international clearance.