Liverpool in the International Break, Viewing Guide: Full Fixtures & TV Info

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15 Liverpool players have been called up for their country during the international break, here’s when they play and how you can watch them.

After just three Premier League games and a solitary outing in the League Cup, the Reds’ 2016/17 campaign reaches its first interval as international fixtures break up the domestic calendar.

With friendlies and qualifiers for the World Cup and Africa Cup of Nations to be played, Klopp has seen 14 of his first-team players depart to join their respective nations, along with loanee Danny Ward.

This leaves the majority of Klopp’s first-choice starting lineup unavailable as he continues work at Melwood alongside assistants Zeljko Buvac and Peter Krawietz, development coach Pepijn Lijnders and fitness expert Andreas Kornmayer.

For supporters pining for more action, however, there are plenty of opportunities to see Reds stars turn out for their countries, and here’s how you can watch them.

Fixtures & TV Info

England's Daniel Sturridge, front, celebrates after scoring his side’s second goal during the Euro 2016 Group B soccer match between England and Wales at the Bollaert stadium in Lens, France, Thursday, June 16, 2016. Behind are Marcus Rashford, left, and Jamie Vardy. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

Nathaniel Clyne, Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana, Daniel Sturridge (England)
Slovakia (A), World Cup Qualifier – Sunday, September 4 – ITV1, 5pm KO (BST)

Simon Mignolet, Divock Origi (Belgium)
Spain (H), Friendly – Thursday, September 1 – Not on UK TV, 7.45pm KO (BST)
Cyprus (A), WC Qualifier – Tuesday, September 6 – Sky Sports 3, 7.45pm KO (BST)

Lazar Markovic, Marko Grujic (Serbia)
Republic of Ireland (H), WC Qualifier – Monday, September 5 – Sky Sports 2, 7.45pm KO (BST)

Philippe Coutinho (Brazil)
Ecuador (A), WC Qualifier – Thursday, September 1 – Not on UK TV, 10pm KO (BST)
Colombia (H), WC Qualifier – Wednesday, September 7 – No on UK TV, 1.45am KO (BST)

Brazil's Philippe Coutinho celebrates after scoring against Panama during a U-20 World Cup group E soccer match in Barranquilla, Colombia, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

Emre Can (Germany)
Finland (H), Friendly – Wednesday, August 31 – BT Sport 2, 7.45pm KO (BST)
Norway (A), WC Qualifier – Sunday, September 4 – Sky Sports 3, 7.45pm KO (BST)

Dejan Lovren (Croatia)
Turkey (H), WC Qualifier – Monday, September 5 – Sky Sports 3, 7.45pm KO (BST)

Georginio Wijnaldum (Holland)
Greece (H), Friendly – Thursday, September 1 – Not on UK TV, 7.45pm KO (BST)
Sweden (A), WC Qualifier – Tuesday, September 6 – ITV4, 7.45pm KO (BST)

Estonia's Ragnar Klavan (PA Images)

Ragnar Klavan (Estonia)
Malta (H), Friendly – Wednesday, August 31 – Not on UK TV, 5pm KO (BST)
Bosnia & Herzegovina (A), WC Qualifier – Tuesday, September 6 – Not on UK TV, 7.45pm KO (BST)

Sadio Mane (Senegal)
Namibia (H), Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier – Saturday, September 3 – Not on UK TV, 6.30pm KO (BST)

Danny Ward (Wales)
Moldova (H), WC Qualifier – Monday, September 5 – Sky Sports 1, 7.45pm KO (BST)

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