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Seven Watford players have been called-up for international duty ahead of next week's fixtures
2:36pm Thursday 3rd October 2013 in Latest Sport
Seven Watford players have been called-up to represent their countries ahead of next week’s international break.
Ikechi Anya will look to build on his first Scotland goal as Gordon Strachan’s side welcome Croatia to Hampden Park in 2014 World Cup Qualifying Group A on Tuesday, October 15.
Lloyd Doyley has been selected by Jamaica for their World Cup qualifiers. The Reggae Boyz travel to the United States on Friday, October 11 before a home game against Honduras on October 15.
Watford defender Essaïd Belkalem will join up with Algeria for their World Cup qualifier against Burkina Faso on Saturday, October 12.
Connor Smith and Sean Murray have been selected for Republic of Ireland Under-21 squad which will look to continue their 100 per cent start to their UEFA Championships qualifying campaign.
The Boys in Green travel to Romania on Friday, October 11 and four days later they host the return fixture between the two sides.
Cristian Battocchio has been called-up for Italy Under-21s for the UEFA European Championships qualifier in Belgium on Monday, October 14.
Hornets goalkeeper Jonathan Bond will join up with the England Under-21 squad for their European Championships qualifiers against San Marino on Thursday, October 10 and Lithuania on Tuesday, October 15.
Bond, who represented Wales at Under-17 and Under-19 age groups, has yet to make an appearance for the Three Lions.
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