- Kasper Schmeichel's Denmark face the Republic of Ireland in a 2018 World Cup qualifier in Dublin
- Schmeichel's nation drew 0-0 with Martin O'Neill's men last week
- Up to 14 Foxes could feature for their nations on Tuesday
The Leicester City stopper completed 90 minutes in last week's goalless first leg clash at Telia Parken, with the return tie taking place at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
If Denmark advance, it may just be the first time Schmeichel has ever made an appearance at the finals of a major tournament.
Jamie Vardy could add to his 19 caps when England face the Netherlands away on Friday 23 March (7:45pm kick-off) and Italy at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday 27 March (8pm).
Andy King's Wales also take on Panama, while Harry Maguire and Jamie Vardy will be aiming to build on their positive performances for England against Germany when the Three Lions host Brazil at Wembley Stadium.
The final senior City star who could potentially be in action is Aleksandar Dragovic, as Austria entertain Uruguay in Vienna.
Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho
Meanwhile, Alex Pascanu could come face-to-face with Development Squad team-mate George Thomas when Romania take on Wales in a U21 European Championship qualifier.
In the same tournament, Daniel Iversen will be aiming to help Denmark maintain their spot at the top of their qualification group when they take on Poland.
Finally, young midfielder Harvey Barnes, currently on loan at Barnsley, could line up for England Under-20s against Germany in the Elite League.
Make sure you stay tuned to LCFC.com on Tuesday night to keep up-to-date with the Club's international contingent.
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