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Janmaat, Karnezis and Wagué all feature for national teams over the weekend

Internationals | Trio In Action

Daryl Janmaat made his first international appearance in just over a year as the Netherlands won 3-1 against Belarus in Group A on Saturday.

The right-back played for the first hour for the Dutch, who look set to miss out on World Cup 2018 qualification as they trail second-placed Sweden - who they host tomorrow in their final game - by three points, with a vastly inferior goal difference.

Orestis Karnezis played in goal for the full 90 minutes as Greece won 2-1 in Cyprus on Saturday, a victory which moves Michael Skibbe's side up to second in Group H, two points clear of third-placed Bosnia & Herzegovina ahead of their final qualifier against Gibraltar tomorrow.

Molla Wagué was named captain for Mali and featured throughout a goalless draw with Ivory Coast on Friday. Mali are bottom of their qualifying group.

Goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann was an unused substitute as Austria beat Serbia 3-2 on Friday, while Christian Kabasele also remained on the bench for Group H leaders Belgium's 4-3 win over Bosnia.

André Carrillo missed Peru's 0-0 draw in Argentina through suspension, but is available for their tie against Colombia early on Wednesday morning.

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