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11 June 2015

Find out where our internationals are in action over the weekend.

England U21 v Belarus U21
Thursday 11th June (7.45pm)
International friendly

Danny Ings and Michael Keane are in action for England U21s tonight as they face their final warm-up game against Belarus before heading to their Olomouc European Championship base.
Gareth Southgate’s side open their U21 European Championship campaign against Portugal on Thursday, June 18.

Wales v Belgium
Friday 12th June (7.45pm)
UEFA European Championship Qualifier Group B

Sam Vokes is involved for Wales as they face a crucial qualifier against Belgium.

Both sides go into the game unbeaten in Group B on the same points and will meet at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Vokes returned to the Wales squad for the 3-0 victory over Israel that saw them leapfrog their opponents to top Group B courtesy of goals from Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey.

The 25-year-old started the fixture on the bench and replaced Hal Robson-Kanu in the 69th minute at the Sammy Ofer Stadium.

Republic of Ireland v Scotland
Saturday 13th June (5pm)
UEFA European Championship Qualifier Group D

Clarets defender Stephen Ward is part of Martin O’Neill’s squad for a crunch qualifier against Scotland.

Ward was an unused sub in the 0-0 draw with England at the Aviva Stadium due to the impressive form of Robbie Brady.

Northern Ireland v Romania
Saturday 13th June (7.45pm)
UEFA European Championship Qualifier Group F

Danny Lafferty is part of Northern Ireland’s squad for their European Qualifier against Romania.

Lafferty played the full 90 minutes as Northern Ireland played out a 1-1 draw with Qatar, at Crewe Alexandra's Gresty Road in the build-up to the game.

Brentford striker Stuart Dallas opened the scoring for Michael O'Neill's side early in the second-half to give Northern Ireland the lead, before Karim Boudiaf levelled with 20 minutes remaining.

Slovenia v England
Sunday 14th June (5pm)
UEFA European Championship Qualifier Group E

Tom Heaton travels to Ljubljana for an important qualifier against Slovenia on Sunday.

Heaton was an unused substitute as England extended their unbeaten run to ten games with a 0-0 draw against Ireland in Dublin last weekend.

Slovenia currently lie joint-second in Group E, six points behind Hodgson's men.

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