Liverpool will see 16 first-team players depart for international duty this month, with another eight academy talents and loanees also set for duty.
The Reds secured a vital win before the final interval of the year on Sunday, as they put Man City to the sword with a 3-1 victory.
It was a crucial result which extended their lead at the top of the table, and keeps momentum ahead of the trip to Crystal Palace next time out on November 23.
While some have missed out due to injury, suspension or simply falling out of favour, the majority of Jurgen Klopp‘s squad will now join up with their national teams for qualifiers and friendlies.
Gomez is still under consideration for the clash with Montenegro despite an altercation with Raheem Sterling in training on Monday which saw the Man City winger dropped.
Despite concerns from Liverpool over his ongoing ankle problems, Mohamed Salah will have scans in Egypt with a view to taking on Kenya and Comoros.
Loanees Harry Wilson (Wales) and Liam Millar (Canada) round off the senior call-ups.
Caoimhin Kelleher was part of the Republic of Ireland under-21s selection—after initially being named in Mick McCarthy’s senior group—but has pulled out of their clash with Armenia.
Harvey Elliott was also due to be in the latter squad, but has been withdrawn.
Liverpool in the November International Break
Loanees and youth: Grabara, Boyes, N.Williams, Norris, Varesanovic, Balagizi, Wilson, Millar, Awoniyi
Left out: Adrian, Lonergan, Kelleher, Matip (retired), Lovren (suspended), Clyne (injured), Milner (retired), Woodburn (injured), Grujic, Allan, Lallana, Shaqiri, Robertson (withdrawn), Elliott (withdrawn)