Date: 10th October 2017 at 6:47pm
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Leeds United currently have a number of players away on international duty.

Liam Cooper – Scotland
Cooper was an unused substitute for Scotland as they slipped out of the running for a place in the World Cup finals next summer.

Scotland, who needed a win to qualify, could only draw 2-2 in Slovenia.

Stuart Dallas – Northern Ireland
Dallas started and he was named the fans man of the match for Northern Ireland as they lost their last group game 1-0 in Norway with a late Chris Brunt own goal winning it for the Norwegians.

Ezgjan Alioski – Macedonia
Alioski played the 90 minutes for Macedonia as they finished their group with a 4-0 win against Liechtenstein.

Alioski set up the first goal for Macedonia with a perfect cross from a corner for Visar Musliu.

Eunan O`Kane – Republic of Ireland
O`Kane was not named in the Republic of Ireland squad for their crucial World Cup qualifier in Wales. The midfielder watched from the stands as Ireland won 1-0 to book their play-off place.

Conor Shaughnessy – Republic of Ireland under-21
Shaughnessy came off the bench on 77 minutes on Monday to win his first cap at under-21 level.

He came for Ireland as they beat Israel 4-0 in their latest European Championship qualifier.

Alfie McCalmont – Northern Ireland under-19
McCalmont was an unused substitute on Wednesday for Northern Ireland as they lost their opening group game against Poland 2-1.

On Saturday, Northern Ireland saw their chances of qualification ended as they suffered a heavy 7-1 defeat to Germany with McCalmont coming on for the final four minutes.

Three of the seven goals came after McCalmont had come on.

He started on Monday as they finished the group with a 0-0 draw against Belarus and he was substituted on 66 minutes.

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