After Arsenal’s match against Brighton the international break is underway again, just a few weeks after the last one ended. So which Arsenal players are involved, and when?

Starting with France, and half of Arsenal’s first-team Frenchmen got the call up, with Laurent Koscielny, Alexandre Lacazette and Olivier Giroud all in the squad. Francis Coquelin is injured, and I don’t think anybody expected Mathieu Debuchy or Jeff Reine-Adelaide to get the call at this stage.

France play Bulgaria and Belarus in their World Cup qualifiers on the 7th and 10th October, both at 19:45.

Next England, and no Arsenal players were called up at all. Welbeck is injured and Wilshere clearly deemed not ready, despite his fantastic performance against BATE Borisov in mid-week. Theo Walcott, Rob Holding and Calum Chambers were also ignored.

Mesut Özil has been left out for Germany, as he is still recovering from injury, but Shkodran Mustafi makes the squad for their matches. You can watch Shkodran against Northern Ireland on the 5th and Azerbaijan on the 8th, again both at 19:45.

David Ospina will once again join up with the Colombia squad as they face Paraguay and Peru on 6th and 11th. You’ll have to stay up late for those ones as both are at 00:30.

Nacho Monreal has been called up for Spain again, although Bellerín and the injured Cazorla miss out. Spain play Albania on the 6th at 19:45 and Isreal on the 9th at 19:45 as well.

Bosnia & Herzegovina face Belgium at 17:00 on the 7th and Estonia at 19:45 on the 10th, and Sead Kolašinac will be involved. Meanwhile Ramsey will join Wales for their matches against Georgia on the 6th at 17:00 and Republic of Ireland on the 9th at 19:45.

Switzerland also have an Arsenal player involved in Granit Xhaka, and they’ll play Hungary on the 7th October and Portugal on the 10th October, once again at 19:45 on both occasions.

Iwobi’s been named in Nigeria’s squad but faces a race to be fit. If he manages it, they play Zambia on the 7th at 17:00.

Finally Elneny got the call up for Egypt’s match against Congo on the 8th at 18:00 and Alexis Sanchez of course will be involved for Chile against Ecuador and Brazil on the 6th and 11th at 00:30. A couple of big games for the Chilean.

That’s all, keep following Daily Cannon for updates on how they all get on!