Francisco Sierralta is one of a few Watford players on international duty in the next couple of days as he prepares for Chile's World Cup qualifier with Argentina.

The match kicks off at 1am British Summer Time tomorrow and the defender's team will be looking to climb their group table, where they currently sit in sixth place.

Sierralta could then be back in action on Wednesday June 9 in another World Cup qualifier, this time against Bolivia, before kicking off in the Copa America in Brazil on June 14, where they will face Argentina once again.

Elsewhere, Craig Cathcart is playing this evening in a friendly against Ukraine as the Eastern Europeans prepare for Euro 2020. That match kicks off at 7pm.

Tomorrow night William Troost-Ekong's Nigeria are playing their first of two friendlies against Cameroon. The second of those two games will take place on Tuesday, June 8.

Goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann will have the opportunity to add to his Austrian debut performance from last night when his nation go head-to-head with Slovakia in Vienna in their final warm-up game before the Euros kick off next Friday. That match is due to be held on Sunday, June 6.

Austria's first game in the major international competition will be against North Macedonia on Sunday, June 13.

Prior to those matches, Ken Sema could be in action as Sweden face Armenia in a friendly ahead of the European championships on Saturday, June 5, while Andre Gray has been selected to represent Jamaica for a friendly against Serbia on June 7 at 9am BST.

Ismaila Sarr has been called up for Senegal's friendlies with Zambia on June 5 and Cape Verde on June 8 and Adam Masina will be part of the Morocco squad for friendly matches against Ghana on June 8 and Burkina Faso on June 12.