Date: 7th November 2017 at 8:53am
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Watford will have a number of players out on international duty over the course of the next few weeks.

Having celebrated the birth of twins, Andre Carrillo’s calendar continues to be busy as he’s in the Peru squad for their World Cup play off double header against New Zealand this month.

Peru will be hoping to reach their first World Cup Finals since 1982 and they have away advantage in the first leg as they travel to Wellington for November 11th’s first leg before welcoming New Zealand to Lima on November 15.

Orestis Karnezis is with Greece for their play off tie against Croatia. The first leg is in Zagreb on November 9 before the return leg on November 12.

Brice Dja Djedje is with Ivory Coast as they take on Morocca in a winner takes all final qualifying game. Nordin Amrabat misses out on the tie through injury.

Molla Wague is with Mali as they finish their unsuccessful qualifying campaign away in Gabon.

Christian Kabasele is expected to be fit for Belgium’s friendlies against Mexico and Japan despite being forced off against Everton and finally on loan Costel Pantilimon is with Romania for their games against Turkey and Netherlands.

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