Here's a look at when and where you can watch them in action...
*Dates and times all GMT; channel/live streams available in UK
Kyle Walker & Raheem Sterling (England)
With 91 international caps between them, Manchester City's English pair are two of the most senior figures within Southgate's current crop and they'll need to be at their best to book their place at Euro 2020 - either through qualifiers or the Nations League.
|England vs Czech Republic||22nd March @ 19.45||ITV1|
|Montenegro vs England||25th March @ 19.45||ITV1
Ilkay Gundogan & Leroy Sane (Germany)
|Germany vs Serbia||20th March @ 19.45||FuboTV|
|Netherlands vs Germany||24th March @ 19.45||Sky Sports PL / Mix|
Ederson, Danilo & Gabriel Jesus (Brazil)
It might not be European qualifiers time, but Brazil will be hoping to compose themselves and regroup after an underwhelming performance in the World Cup and ahead of this year's
|Brazil vs Panama||23rd March @ 17.45||N/A|
|Czech Republic vs Brazil||26th March @ 19.45||N/A|
Bernardo Silva (Portugal)
Just like he has at Manchester City in spurts this season, Bernardo Silva now has some pretty big shoes to fill - arguably the biggest of all time - during Cristiano Ronaldo's
|Portugal vs Ukraine||22nd March @ 19.45||Sky Sports PL|
|Portugal vs Serbia||25th March @ 19.45||Sky Sports Football|
Elsewhere: Arijanet Muric will be on international duty for Kosovo as they take on Denmark and Bulgaria, while
Oleksandr Zinchenko will have a brief reunion with Manchester City teammate Bernardo Silva before taking on Luxembourg.
Phil Foden's England Under-21's face
Source : 90min