- Seven Leicester City stars called up for English international duty at both senior and youth levels
- Adrien Silva named in the Portugal squad to face Egypt and the Netherlands
- Defender Yohan Benalouane could make his debut for Tunisia against Iran or Costa Rica
- Five members of the Club's table-topping Development Squad called up for international duty
Following that clash with Ronald Koeman’s Dutch, the Three Lions then head back to London to tackle Italy at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday 27 March (8pm).
Adrien Silva, meanwhile, could make his 20th and 21st appearances for Portugal when they face Egypt, on Friday (7:45pm), and the Netherlands, on Monday 26 March (7:30pm).
They first host Tanzania on Thursday 22 March (5pm) before, five days later, Rabah Madjer’s men travel to Austria to face Iran on neutral territory (6pm).
Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, on the other hand, will be up for selection ahead of Denmark’s home double-header against Panama, on Thursday, and Chile, on Tuesday (both 7pm).
Aleksandar Dragović, too, could take his caps tally to 56 if he appears during Austria’s friendly clashes with Slovenia, on Friday (7:45pm), and Luxembourg, on Tuesday (7:30pm).
Academy graduate and Premier League winner Andy King, who is spending the remainder of the 2017/18 campaign with Swansea City, has been selected by new Wales manager Ryan Giggs.
Wales will open their China Cup campaign against the hosts at Guangxi Sports Centre Stadium on Thursday morning (11:35am).
A maiden cap for Tunisia could also be on the cards for Yohan Benalouane, who has been called up for fixtures against Iran, on Friday (6pm), and Costa Rica, on Tuesday (8pm).
Elsewhere, City’s 2016/17 Academy Player of the Season Alex Pascanu could go head-to-head with Chilwell and Gray when Romania U21s take on England at Mollineux on Saturday 24 March (5:15pm).
England's other fixture, meanwhile, falls on Tuesday, against Ukraine at Bramall Lane, the home of Sheffield United (6pm).
George Thomas, who has impressed for the Club’s Development Squad this term, could also appear for Wales U21s at Bosnia and Herzegovina on Friday evening (2pm).
Shot-stopper Daniel Iversen is in contention for Denmark’s U21s outfit, who face Austria and then Georgia on Thursday and Tuesday (TBC).
Finally, midfielder Bartosz Kapustka has been named as part of the Poland U21s squad to face Lithuania on Tuesday evening (5pm).
You can follow the progress of all of City's international stars on LCFC.com over the coming fortnight.
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