We bring you an international round up of all the Bournemouth players who have been called up for the upcoming internationals.
Bournemouth could’ve had a total of eight internationals playing this weekend all across the world but injury has forced four of those players out of the games.
This international break brings the last two games of Euro 2016 qualifying and some of the Bournemouth lads called up will be taking part in some crucial qualifiers.
We bring you a slideshow to round up the players:
Eunan O’Kane earns his second call-up for the Republic of Ireland. His first came in September but O’Kane never got to make his debut. Will he in Ireland’s crucial home match against Germany or in their away match in Poland?
One man who won’t be playing for Ireland in those qualifiers is Harry Arter who is still training hard to return from injury. Arter made his Irish debut against England in June.
Tokelo Rantie was called up for South Africa for their matches but has unfortunately had to pull out of the squad due to injury. Rantie has been a regular for South Africa so his injury has left the Bafana Bafana’s short in terms of striking power. We don’t think they will be calling on Benni McCarthy anytime soon!
Another player who has had to pull out of his upcoming international’s in Ghanaian winger Christian Atsu. The 23 year-old has made 42 appearances for the Black Stars already but is yet to make his Premier League debut for Bournemouth.
Adam Federici, Bournemouth’s cup hero, was called up for Australia again. He didn’t make a great start to the international break as the Socceroo’s lost 2-0 to Jordan on Thursday.
Matt Ritchie has once again been called up for Scotland. He’s made five appearances for Scotland but didn’t appear during the last international break in September.
Artur Boruc has been called up for Poland, despite his howler at the weekend which allowed Odion Ighalo to equalise for Watford. Boruc is unlikely to appear in Poland’s vital qualifiers because he is behind Swansea keeper Lukas Fabianski and Roma (on-loan from Arsenal) keeper Wojciech Szczescy.