Seven of Millwall's first-team squad are in action over the course of March's international break.
Along with The Lions' Northern Irish trio of Conor McLaughlin, George Saville and Shane Ferguson, Australian duo James Meredith and Tim Cahill are joined by Scotland's Jordan Archer and Antigua and Barbuda's Mahlon Romeo representing the club on the international stage as the Sky Bet Championship season nears its conclusion.
Right-back Romeo was in action on Wednesday as Antigua defeated Bermuda 3-2 in a friendly match, with the 22-year-old also set to start as they travel to Jamaica on Sunday.
McLaughlin, Saville and Ferguson will hope to play a part as Northern Ireland take on South Korea at Windsor Park, Belfast, on Saturday afternoon (kick-off 2pm) as the Asian outfit prepare for this summer's 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Meredith will look to add to his two caps for The Socceroos, meanwhile, as Australia play Norway at the Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo on Friday before heading to West London next Tuesday as Cahill's side take on Colombia at Fulham's Craven Cottage.
Finally, goalkeeper Archer will seek his first Scottish cap as The Tartan Army take on Costa Rica (Hampden Park, Friday, 7.45pm) and Hungary in Budapest (next Tuesday, 7pm) in a friendly double-header.
Check millwallfc.co.uk next week to see how The Lions' septuplet of internationals fared on their travels.