The majority of Liverpool's first-team squad will be in action for their countries during the forthcoming international break.
A total of 16 senior players have received call-ups – here is a guide to when and where they are set to feature across the world in the next week…
Four Reds were selected for England duty as the Three Lions prepare for this summer’s World Cup with friendlies against the Netherlands and Italy.
Joe Gomez, Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will meet familiar faces in the form of Georginio Wijnaldum and Virgil van Dijk when Gareth Southgate’s side face the Dutch in Amsterdam on Friday March 23.
England then host Italy at Wembley four days later, while the Netherlands – now under the guidance of Ronald Koeman – take on Portugal in Geneva on Monday March 26.
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Dominic Solanke are with England U21s for the Cyrille Regis International against Romania on Saturday March 24 and European Championship qualifier at home to Ukraine on Tuesday March 27.
Roberto Firmino can further his claim for a starting spot at the World Cup when Brazil face Russia in Moscow on Friday and then Emre Can’s Germany in Berlin four days later.
The latter is expected to be fit for international duty – with the reigning world champions set to first play Spain on March 23 – despite being withdrawn midway through the first half against Watford on Saturday due to a back complaint.
Fresh from his four-goal haul at the weekend, Mohamed Salah joins up with Egypt for a Switzerland-based camp involving fixtures with Portugal and Greece on Friday and Tuesday respectively.
Sadio Mane is part of the Senegal squad to face Uzbekistan (March 23) and Bosnia-Herzegovina (March 27), while Simon Mignolet will be with Belgium for a friendly against Saudi Arabia, Andy Robertson is with Scotland to take on Costa Rica and Hungary, and Ragnar Klavan represents Estonia as they meet Armenia and Georgia.
Finally, there is an adventure ahead for Ben Woodburn. The 18-year-old was called up by Ryan Giggs for Wales’ participation in the China Cup, which begins with a semi-final against the hosts on Thursday March 22. Czech Republic and Uruguay are also competing in the tournament in Nanning.