Four West Ham United players could be in international action for their respective nations on Wednesday.

Robert Green, Matthew Upson and Carlton Cole will all have the 2010 FIFA World Cup on their minds, while Luis Boa Morte's Portugal travel to Estonia for a friendly.

Green and Upson will both expect to keep their places as England host Andorra at Wembley looking for their seventh consecutive UEFA qualifying Group 6 victory.

Green should make his second senior start and earn his fourth cap for his country, while Upson would be appearing for the 16th time in England colours.

The pair completed 90 minutes in Saturday's 4-0 win in Kazakhstan, but should have a more comfortable evening against the Andorrans, who have mustered no points and just two goals from their six matches so far.

Cole, who was not among the substitutes in Almaty, will be hopeful of being named in Fabio Capello's squad this time around. The striker's only previous England appearance at Wembley ended in disappointment as he suffered a groin injury early in the 4-0 friendly victory over Slovakia on 28 March.

Boa Morte could earn his 27th cap when Portugal tackle Estonia in Tallinn. The midfielder returned from three years out of the international scene in Saturday's 2-1 UEFA qualifying Group 1 success in Albania.