West Ham United's band of internationals are in action for their countries all over the globe.

Winston Reid

Winston Reid captained New Zealand to a 1-0 win over Saudi Arabia at the four-nation OSN Cup in Riyadh on Thursday evening. A late goal from substitute Chris Killen took the All Whites to victory in sweltering temperatures in the Middle East.

Reid, who earned his 15th cap at the King Fahd International Stadium, will likely lead out his country again in the final against United Arab Emirates on Monday. The Emiratis edged out Trinidad and Tobago 7-6 on penalties after a 3-3 draw in the other semi-final.

The tournament serves as a warm up for All Whites' FIFA World Cup qualification play-off in November.

Jack Collison

Jack Collison will help Wales try to improve their standing in Group A of the 2014 FIFA World Cup European section of qualification in their matches against Macedonia and Serbia.

Chris Coleman's side travel to Skopje first to take on Macedonia on Friday 6 September, before returning to Cardiff for their meeting with Serbia on Tuesday 10 September.

Razvan Rat

Captain Razvan Rat's Romania side are looking for the points to climb into the top two of FIFA 2014 World Cup European qualifying Group D.

Romania sit third in the standings and need to win both upcoming home matches if they are to get themselves into a strong position ahead of the Play-Offs in November.

They face the current second-place nation, Hungary, in Bucharest on 6 September, then take on Turkey, also at home in the Romania capital, on 10 September.

Mohamed Diame

Senegal will guarantee top spot in their group of World Cup qualifying in Africa with a point against Uganda on 7 September, with Mohamed Diame set to captain the Lions of Teranga.

Their game will be played in Marrakesh, Morocco, due to Senegal being barred from playing at their usual home ground as a result of crowd trouble in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Ivory Coast last year.

Raphael Spiegel

Young goalkeeper Raphael Spiegel kept a clean sheet as Switzerland started their 2025 UEFA European U21 Championship qualifying campaign with a 2-0 win over Latvia in Riga on Thursday.

The Swiss will take on Liechtenstein in Vaduz on Monday 9 September and will be confident of making it six points from six against the Group 5 minnows.

Leo Chambers

Leo Chambers continued a fine start to the season by scoring on his England U19 debut in a 6-1 friendly victory in Estonia on Thursday.

The 18-year-old defender, who made his Hammers first-team debut in last week's Capital One Cup win over Cheltenham Town, was making his debut at that age-group, having previously represented England at U16, U17 and U18 levels.

Chambers will hope to be involved when England start their UEFA European U19 Championship qualification campaign in October. Noel Blake's squad have been placed in Group 9 alongside mini-group hosts Slovenia, Andorra and Switzerland.

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