Wanderers' international players and when they could be in action

Conor Bradley is one of several Bolton players who could be in action during the international break
Conor Bradley is one of several Bolton players who could be in action during the international break

Several members of the Wanderers squad could be in action for their respective nations during the international break.

Dion Charles and Conor Bradley have both been called up for Northern Ireland, while Amadou Bakayoko has been named in the Sierra Leone squad.

James Trafford and Owen Beck could also feature at Under-21 level for England and Wales respectively.

Charles and Bradley will be hoping to play a part when Northern Ireland take on Kosovo on Saturday afternoon (KO 5pm).

Ian Baraclough’s side also head to Greece on Tuesday, September 27 (KO 7:45pm) and both fixtures are part of the Nations League group stage.

Meanwhile, Bakayoko will be hoping to add to his previous international caps when Sierra Leone take on South Africa on Saturday afternoon before facing DR Congo three days later.

Manchester City loanee Trafford was an unused substitute as England Under-21s recorded a 2-0 win against Italy yesterday evening thanks to a brace from Rhian Brewster.

Lee Carsley’s side also welcome Germany to Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane on Tuesday, September 27 (KO 7:45pm).

Trafford made his Under-21 debut back in June, keeping a clean sheet in a convincing 5-0 victory against Kosovo.

Summer signing Beck made his first Bolton appearance against Tranmere Rovers on Tuesday night in the Papa John's Trophy, managing just over an hour at Prenton Park.

The youngster has been called up for the Wales Under-21 squad to face Austria on Tuesday, September 27 (7:30pm).

Beck has already represented his country at this level and scored in a dominant 7-0 win against Gibraltar last November.

Jon Dadi Bodvarsson has plenty of experience on the international stage, having won more than 60 caps for Iceland throughout his career.

However, the experienced forward has not been called up for the upcoming matches against Venezuela and Albania after spending nearly a month on the sidelines due to injury.

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