West Ham United duo James Collins and Jack Collison have been named in the Wales squad for their FIFA 2014 World Cup Qualifiers against Scotland and Croatia later in March.
Chris Coleman's side take on Scotland in Glasgow on Friday 22 March before returning home to play Croatia at Swansea City's Liberty Stadium on Tuesday 26 March.
The pair will be hoping to lift Wales from their current fifth position in Group A as the qualifying process reaches its halfway point.
They join Hammers defender Winston Reid in being called for international duty this month.
New Zealand have selected the 24-year-old for their World Cup Qualifiers against New Caledonia and Solomon Islands, also on 22 and 26 March.
The All Whites have won four games out of four in this phase and a victory against New Caledonia would guarantee their place in the intercontinental play-off in November.
Fellow defender Joey O'Brien, meanwhile, is in the Republic of Ireland's provisional squad for their World Cup Qualifiers against Sweden and Austria on 22 March and 26 March.
Ireland currently sit third in their group, four points off leaders Germany having played a game less.
- At Age Group level, Dan Potts is part of the England Under-19 party for their international friendly against Turkey on Thursday 21 March.
The game, which is due to place at AFC Telford United, will provide Noel Blake's side with their final warm-up before the Elite Round of qualification for this summer's UEFA U19 Championship in Lithuania.
James Collins - Wales v Scotland and Croatia, 22/26 March
Jack Collison - Wales v Scotland and Croatia, 22/26 March
Winston Reid - New Zealand v New Caledonia and Solomon Islands, 22/26 March
Joey O'Brien - Republic of ireland v Sweden and Austria, 22/26 March
Dan Potts - England U19 v Turkey U19, 21 March