Glasgow Rangers have an array of current international players in their squad, and most of it is down to talent spotter Steven Gerrard.
Scott Arfield was named captain of Canada against U.S. Virgin Islands for his 13th appearance.
Borna Barisic has won his place back with Croatia at left back, and is fast becoming a fantastic Rangers signing for only £1.5m – what a bargain.
Daniel Candeias made his debut for Portugal’s U21’s in 2008, and twice for Portugal’s U23’s. His first cap for Portugal was a 2–0 loss to England in a ‘09 UEFA qualifier round.
Lassana Coulibaly the outstanding on-loan midfielder has been sorely missed by Rangers since picking up his unfortunate injury, he plays for Mali.
Graham Dorrans has 12 caps to to his current CV and at 31 his Scotland days could be over, unless he hits top form with Rangers this season.
Ovie Ejaria made his debut for England U21’s in Mar ’18 against Romania, and again in May ‘18 for the Toulon Tournament but had to withdraw from the squad due to injury.
Jon Flanagan on 4 Jun ’14 made his England debut in a friendly against Ecuador. For the 2014 FIFA World Cup, he was one of Roy Hodgson’s standby players.
Eros Grezda is a regular starter for Albania and the Rangers man was sorely missed against Scotland in the 2-0 loss, to due to an ankle injury.
Ryan Jack has played twice for Scotland. Once when he was an Aberdeen player and another when at Rangers.
Nikola Katic is playing at centre half in the U21’s for Croatia.
Ryan Kent is an U20’s England winger, who is on loan from Liverpool.
Kyle Lafferty is a well-established Northern Irish star who continues to be used as the lone striker.
Gareth McAuley with 79 caps, became the oldest scorer in European 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualification games when he scored for Northern Ireland on 11 Nov ‘16.
Ross McCrorie is the captain of Scotland’s U21’s, he can either play centre half or as the defensive midfield enforcer role.
Allan McGregor has established himself again as the best goalkeeper in Scotland.
Glenn Middleton is only 18 and has played 18 times for Scotland U17’s, 10 games for U19’s and already has 4 matches for the U21’s – quite an achievement for such a young talented guy.
Alfredo Morelos made his debut for Colombia in the 2-1 win over Venezuela and assisted with the winning goal, and the Rangers man is still only 22.
Jamie Murphy has 13 Scotland U21’s games and two for the full Scotland side, he is presently out injured, and perhaps for the full season.
Jordan Rossiter was the captain of the England U19’s during his nine appearances, but injuries have ravaged his young career. He is still only 21.
Umar Sadiq on 25 Jul ‘16, was in Nigeria’s 18-man squad for the 2016 Olympics. He scored the first goal at Rio and the first and only goal against Sweden. He scored the first and third goals in the Bronze medal match against Honduras.
Lee Wallace has nine games for Scotland, due to Rangers being downgraded to the 3rd division.
Joe Worrall is only 21, and an U20’s and U21’s England defender who is now at Rangers on a-season-long-loan-deal.
Connor Goldson, Andy Halliday and James Tavernier have no caps between them.