Now that the last few countries have completed their squad announcements, let’s take a look at the final list of Arsenal players called up and when they’ll play their matches.

Bernd Leno was a late addition to Arsenal’s list of squad members on international duty, likely aided by his good performances for the Gunners in recent weeks. Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s participation with Armenia also wasn’t confirmed when we previously ran you through the list of call-ups, but it is now:

Players called up

Stephan Lichtsteiner hasn’t been called up for Switzerland, after agreeing with his country and Arsenal to take the break off. If you want to read Didier Deschamps’ rubbish reasoning for leaving out Alexandre Lacazette click here. Mesut Özil has, of course, retired from international duty.

Schedule (times in BST)

11th October

  • Wales vs Spain – 19:45 (Friendly)

12th October

  • USA vs Colombia – 00:30 (Friendly)
  • Japan vs Panama – 11:35 (Friendly)
  • South Korea vs Uruguay – 12:00 (Friendly)
  • Gabon vs South Sudan – 16:00 (AFCON Qualifiers)
  • Nigeria vs Libya – 17:30 (AFCON Qualifiers)
  • Egypt vs Eswatini – 18:00 (AFCON Qualifiers)
  • Croatia vs England – 19:45 (UEFA Nations League)
  • Belgium vs Switzerland – 19:45 (UEFA Nations League)
  • Greece vs Hungary – 19:45 (UEFA Nations League)

13th October

  • Armenia vs Gibraltar – 17:00 (UEFA Nations League)
  • Netherlands vs Germany – 19:45 (UEFA Nations League)

15th October

  • Libya vs Nigeria – 19:00 (AFCON Qualifiers)
  • Spain vs England – 19:45 (UEFA Nations League)
  • Iceland vs Switzerland – 19:45 (UEFA Nations League)
  • Finland vs Greece – 19:45 (UEFA Nations League)

16th October

  • Japan vs Uruguay – 11:35 (Friendly)
  • South Sudan vs Gabon – 14:00 (AFCON Qualifiers)
  • Eswatini vs Egypt – 14:00 (AFCON Qualifiers)
  • Armenia vs FYR Macedonia – 17:00 (UEFA Nations League)
  • France vs Germany – 19:45 (UEFA Nations League)
  • Ireland vs Wales – 19:45 (UEFA Nations League)
  • Costa Rica vs Colombia – 21:00 (Friendly)
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