Final day of international action for Saints

By SFC Media Tue 11 Sep International
Photo by Reuters | Jan Bednarek

The international week concludes for Southampton’s players today, with as many as five featuring for their respective countries before the night is out.

Kicking things off is goalkeeper Angus Gunn, who is with England Under-21s for their EURO 2019 qualifier away to Latvia (3pm BST).

Gunn was an unused sub in last week’s 0-0 home draw with Netherlands, who trail leaders England by five points in Group 4, with only three games left, but will be hoping to see action today as they face a Latvia side who are second from bottom.

The next man up will be Mario Lemina, who is with Gabon, as they host Zambia in a friendly (6pm BST).

It’s then into more friendly action, with Steven Davis and Northern Ireland hosting Israel and Jan Bednarek with Poland for their home game against Republic of Ireland (7.45pm BST).

The night concludes with Alex McCarthy hoping to make his senior England debut, as the Three Lions host Switzerland in a friendly, at Leicester’s King Power Stadium (8pm BST).

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