International round-up: Norwich City players set to conclude friendly action
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International friendly action concludes for a host of Norwich City players today.
Centre-back Timm Klose is with Switzerland for a home game against Bosnia & Herzegovina (7.30), having played all of a 1-0 loss in Dublin on Friday.
Robbie Brady started that match for the Republic of Ireland and Wes Hoolahan was used as a second-half substitute and the duo could be in action again today in a home fixture against Slovakia (7.45pm).
Full-back Martin Olsson is with Sweden for a home clash with the Czech Republic (7.30pm), having been an unused substitute during a 2-1 loss in Turkey on Thursday.
City skipper Russell Martin played all of Scotland's 1-0 win in the Czech Republic on Thursday but is not in the squad for tonight's home game against Denmark – although Steve Whittaker has joined up with the squad for the game.
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Qualification for the 2017 African Cup of Nations also continues. Sebastien Bassong is in South Africa with Cameroon looking to seal qualification from Group M (6pm), having been an unused substitute as the Indomitable Lions were held to a 2-2 draw at home by South Africa on Saturday.
Dieumerci Mbokani is in Angola with the Democratic Republic of Congo for another Group B game (4pm), having also been an unused substitute in a 2-1 win over Angola in Kinshasa on Saturday. Youssouf Mulumbu did not join up with the DR of Congo squad, to focus on club matters.
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