ENGLAND – Carrick, Cleverley, Smalling, Welbeck, Young: Moldova (H, 6/9); Ukraine (A, 10/9).
ECUADOR – Valencia: Bolivia (A, 6/9); Uruguay (H, 9/9).
FRANCE – Evra: Georgia (H, 6/9); Belarus (A, 10/9).
MEXICO – Hernandez: Honduras (H, 6/9); USA (A, 10/9).
NETHERLANDS – van Persie: Estonia (A, 6/9); Andorra (A, 10/9).
NORTHERN IRELAND – Evans: Portugal (H, 6/9); Luxembourg (A, 10/9).
PORTUGAL – Nani: Northern Ireland (A, 6/9); Brazil (A, 11/9).
JAPAN – Kagawa: Guatemala (H, 6/9); Ghana (H, 10/9).
ENGLAND U21s – Keane, Lingard, Powell, Thorpe, Zaha: Moldova (H, 5/9); Finland (A, 9/9).
BELGIUM U21s – Vermijl: Italy (A, 5/9); Northern Ireland (H, 9/9).
A dozen Manchester United players could feature for their senior national teams in important World Cup qualifying double-headers this week and next.
Injured Wayne Rooney and Phil Jones have been ruled out of England’s games against Moldova at Wembley on Friday and in Ukraine next Tuesday.
But boss Roy Hodgson can still call on Chris Smalling, Michael Carrick, Tom Cleverley, Ashley Young and Danny Welbeck as the Three Lions, second in Europe’s Group H, look to take a step closer to Brazil 2014.
Following his return from injury for United at Liverpool, Nani could line up against team-mate Jonny Evans when Portugal travel to Northern Ireland on Friday.
Group F leaders Portugal also have a friendly against Brazil next week, when fourth-placed Northern Ireland take on minnows Luxembourg.
Javier Hernandez will be hoping for success with Mexico in crucial games against Honduras and the USA in the North, Central America and Caribbean zone, while Bolivia and Uruguay provide tricky opposition for