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Find out which Watford players will be in action over the international break

Internationals | Six Hornets Selected

UPDATE 04/10/17

Christian Kabasele has been added to the Belgium squad for their World Cup qualifiers against Bosnia (Sat Oct 7) and Cyprus (Tue Oct 10).

The 26-year-old is a late call-up following an injury to Lazio defender Jordan Lukaku.


Five Watford players have been chosen to represent their countries in World Cup qualifiers during the current international break.

André Carrillo is part of the Peru squad which will face a trip to Argentina (Thu Oct 5) before hosting Colombia (Tue Oct 10).

Daryl Janmaat has been selected for Netherlands, who travel to Belarus (Sat Oct 7) and then welcome Sweden (Tue Oct 10).

Greece have called up Orestis Karnezis for their games away to Cyprus (Sat Oct 7) and at home to Gibraltar (Tue Oct 10).

Fellow goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann is included for Austria, who host Serbia (Fri Oct 6) before travelling to Moldova (Mon Oct 9), but defender Sebastian Prödl misses out due to his recent injury.

Finally, Molla Wagué will feature for Mali, who face a home fixture against Ivory Coast (Fri Oct 6).

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