How to follow Manchester United players in action over the international break
18 Manchester United players will be on international duty throughout the forthcoming break at the end of March.
A complete list of all the Reds in action can be found here. Key starters such as Lisandro Martinez, Casemiro, Luke Shaw and Bruno Fernandes have all been called up, as well as youngsters Facundo Pellistri and loanee Amad Diallo.
It was confirmed yesterday that Marcus Rashford has withdrawn from the England squad after he picked up a knock during United’s FA Cup quarter-final with Fulham on Sunday.
Hopefully, it’s nothing serious and he’s able to use the next fortnight to rest and prepare for the business end of the season with the club, after playing such a pivotal role in the first half of the campaign.
The fixtures on the horizon will be either UEFA Euro 2024 qualifiers, Africa Cup of Nations matches or friendlies.
Reds on international duty – the line-up
Below is all the games that the departing Reds could feature in, courtesy of the club website.
THURSDAY 23 MARCH
Portugal v Liechtenstein (19:45 GMT) – Fernandes, Dalot
Italy v England (19:45 GMT) – Shaw, Maguire
FRIDAY 24 MARCH
Argentina v Panama (00:00 GMT) - Martinez
Japan v Uruguay (10:30 GMT) - Pellistri
Ivory Coast v Comoros (16:00 GMT) – Amad Diallo, Bailly
France v Netherlands (19:45 GMT) - Weghorst, Malacia
Austria v Azerbaijan (19:45 GMT) - Sabitzer
Sweden v Belgium (19:45 GMT) - Elanga, Lindelof
Tunisia v Libya (20:30 GMT) – Hannibal
SATURDAY 25 MARCH
Scotland v Cyprus (14:00 GMT) – McTominay
Morocco v Brazil (22:00 GMT) – Casemiro, Antony, Telles
SUNDAY 26 MARCH
England v Ukraine (17:00 BST)
Luxembourg v Portugal (19:45 BST)
MONDAY 27 MARCH
Netherlands v Gibraltar (19:45 BST)
Austria v Estonia (19:45 BST)
Sweden v Azerbaijan (19:45 BST)
TUESDAY 28 MARCH
Argentina v Curacao (00:00 BST)
South Korea v Uruguay (12:00 BST)
Scotland v Spain (19:45 BST)
Comoros v Ivory Coast (20:00 BST)
Libya v Tunisia (21:00 BST)
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