Premier League internationals
FootyOn look at five Premier League internationals that will be starring for their countries during 2018 World Cup qualifiers and friendlies.
Domestic duties are now put on hold as the international break takes centre stage.
Among the intriguing match-ups includes Germany v England in a friendly, while the Republic of Ireland take on close rivals Wales in a World Cup qualifier.
So, with plenty of top-flight stars set to be on show, we outline Premier League internationals that can take this opportunity to perform.
The most interesting meeting during this latest international break is surely that of Germany v England in Dortmund.
Although it is a friendly face-off, tensions always run high when the Old Enemies collide.
One young Premier League starlet that will look to shine is Tottenham midfield ace Alli.
The England prospect is swiftly becoming a key component for both club and country.
This will be another huge platform on which he can showcase his abilities and build towards helping England overcome Lithuania next time around in their World Cup qualifier.
If his Spurs form is anything to go by, then the German defence could be in for a testing night.
Everton frontman Lukaku has been one of the most in-form players in England of late.
The Belgian bulldozer is well in the hunt for a Golden Boot victory after such a rampant run in front of goal.
An injury to top scorer rival Harry Kane has also boosted his chances of earning that coveted feat this term.
Belgium’s talented outfit are now under the guidance of former Everton boss Roberto Martinez and Arsenal legend Thierry Henry.
That coaching duo should have enough wisdom and experience to help benefit Lukaku in the long-term.
In the short-term, goals can be expected for Lukaku as Belgium take on Greece in their next qualifier.
Stoke City playmaker Allen was at the centre of plenty of criticism during his Liverpool days.
But since switching to the Britannia Stadium, the Wales midfielder has become a huge success.
The central anchorman will need to put in a strong showing if the Dragons are to gain any points over group rivals Republic of Ireland.
Chris Coleman has plenty of attacking stars to call upon, including Real Madrid maestro Gareth Bale.
Although, it could ultimately end up that Allen is the one who proves pivotal to a solid result this week.
Netherlands frontman Janssen has clearly struggled to adapt in the Premier League.
He has so far failed to fully find his feet in London surroundings since arriving from AZ Alkmaar.
But, with Kane having been ruled out injured for some time, his upcoming international performances could propel him to further game time under Mauricio Pochettino.
The Spurs number nine should feature for the Dutch as they challenge Bulgaria in their World Cup qualifier.
With such a great chance to benefit himself both for club and country, Janssen will be gunning for a solid international break.
Manchester City youngster Sane is another one of our Premier League internationals to look out for.
The talented German wonderkid has began to shine in sky blue since his big-money move last summer.
Under the watchful eye of Pep Guardiola he is gradually finding his way in the top tier.
At international level he could soon be facing some familiar faces against England.
Sane, still only 21 years of age, could be a potential danger to the Three Lions as he aims to impress on a grand stage in Dortmund.