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15 Manchester City players called up for international duty in November



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A total of 15 Manchester City players have been called up for international duty with their respective countries this month, it can now be confirmed.

Pep Guardiola’s squad enter the international break on a run of fine form sparking since their return from the previous bulk of national team commitments, finding themselves top of the Premier League by one point at this stage of the season.

Manchester City were however held to a dramatic 4-4 draw by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon, with Erling Haaland scoring twice in London alongside goals from Manuel Akanji and Rodri.

While the reigning Premier League champions did however have the chance to move three points clear at the top of the division, just a singular point separates themselves from Liverpool ahead of the two side’s meeting after the international break.

Manchester City will be hoping for significant developments on the recovery front over the course of the break, with three names having withdrawn from their call-ups due to injury problems prior to and during the draw with Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea side.

Ederson became the very latest to sustain a problem, as the Brazil international removed himself from commitments in South America due to an issue in his left foot suffered at Stamford Bridge over the weekend.

A total of three Manchester City first-team players withdrew from their original call-ups following the weekend.

Ahead of the start of the third international break of the 2023/24 season, and final pause for national team duties of the calendar year, here is every single Manchester City player that has been selected for action!

England: Kyle Walker, Rico Lewis, Kalvin Phillips, Jack Grealish, Phil Foden

17/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Malta (H), UEFA EURO Qualifying
20/11 / 19:45 (UK) – North Macedonia (A), UEFA EURO Qualifying

Portugal: Ruben Dias, Matheus Nunes, Bernardo Silva

16/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Liechtenstein (A), UEFA EURO Qualifying
19/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Iceland (H), UEFA EURO Qualifying

Norway: Oscar Bobb, Erling Haaland

16/11 / 17:00 (UK) – Faroe Islands (H), International Friendly
19/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Scotland (A), UEFA EURO Qualifying

Switzerland: Manuel Akanji

15/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Israel (A), UEFA EURO Qualifying
18/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Kosovo (H), UEFA EURO Qualifying
21/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Romania (A), UEFA EURO Qualifying

Belgium: Jeremy Doku

15/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Serbia (H), International Friendly
19/11 / 17:00 (UK) – Azerbaijan (H), UEFA EURO Qualifying

Argentina: Julian Alvarez

17/11 / 00:00 (UK) – Uruguay (H), FIFA World Cup CONMEBOL Qualification
22/11 / 00:30 (UK) – Brazil (A), FIFA World Cup CONMEBOL Qualification

Croatia: Josko Gvardiol

18/11 / 17:00 (UK) – Latvia (A), UEFA EURO Qualifying
21/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Armenia (H), UEFA EURO Qualifying

Spain: Rodri

16/11 / 17:00 (UK) – Cyprus (A), UEFA EURO Qualifying
19/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Georgia (H), UEFA EURO Qualifying

England Under-21: Taylor Harwood-Bellis, Josh Wilson-Esbrand, James McAtee, Liam Delap

18/11 / 16:00 (UK) – Serbia (A), UEFA U21 EURO Qualifying
21/11 / 19:45 (UK) – Northern Ireland (H), UEFA U21 EURO Qualifying

* Rico Lewis called-up to England men’s senior squad

England Men’s Elite League Squad: Jadel Katongo

16/11 / 19:00 (UK) – Italy (H), International Friendly
20/11 / 17:00 (UK) – Germany (A), International Friendly

England Under-19: Max Alleyne, Jacob Wright

15/11 / 17:00 (UK) – Romania (N), International Friendly
18/11 / 13:00 (UK) – Japan (N), International Friendly
21/11 / 17:00 (UK) – Mexico (N), International Friendly

* Ezra Carrington withdrawn