The international window is up this week and hopefully we won’t suffer the same problems as the previous break when Jill Roord came back with an injury that has kept her out of the team so far.

ALKMAAR, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 09: Jill Roord of Netherlands in action during the International Friendly Women's match between Netherlands and Chile at AFAS-Stadium on April 09, 2019 in Alkmaar, Netherlands. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)
ALKMAAR, NETHERLANDS – APRIL 09: Jill Roord of Netherlands in action during the International Friendly Women’s match between Netherlands and Chile at AFAS-Stadium on April 09, 2019 in Alkmaar, Netherlands. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

Here are all the Gunners called-up, along with where and when they will play their Euro 2022 qualifiers and friendlies.

Ireland: Katie McCabe

A must win game for the Republic of Ireland to stay in the direct qualifying race via the best runner-up placings.  They will have to go through the play-offs if they don’t finish in the top three groups runner-ups.

England: Leah Williamson, Beth Mead

Friendly against Germany 27 Oct in Wiesbaden. Phil Neville’s team will also play a intra-squad game prior to the friendly.

Austria: Manuela Zinsberger, Viktoria Schnaderbeck

Group decider against France in Wiener Neustadt on 27 Oct as the winner will take a good option on first place and qualification.

Netherlands: Danielle van de Donk, Vivianne Miedema

They have a double header against Estonia (23 Oct) and Kosovo (27 Oct) and will look to qualify for the tournament in the Kosovo game as they need four points from six to go through.

Scotland: Jennifer Beattie, Kim Little – withdrawn

Two must win games for Scotland against Albania (23 Oct) and Finland (27Oct) with Finland being their main rivals with Portugal for direct qualification to the tournament.

Sadly, the Arsenal duo will not be involved. They have withdrawn after their initial call-up:

Germany

Friendly against England 27 October in Wiesbaden. They are five points clear off Ireland in their group and need just another point to win it with two games to go to be played in November.

Australia

They will have a training camp in Europe in November with their manager Tony Gustavsson.

Switzerland: Lia Walti, Noelle Maritz, Malin Gut

They need to win away to Romania before the decider away to Belgium in November. They are currently one point ahead of them.

No injured players have been called up except Maritz as she was injured after the Swiss squad was published.

With no game before the Conti Cup group game against London City Lionesses on 4 November, a good number of players should be on the mend ahead of a busy November.