City players in international action this week

Last updated : 18 August 2003 By Michael Morris
Robert Earnshaw

The City striker is with Wales in Belgrade. Wales play the 5th of their Euro 2004 qualifiers having won the previous 4.

Rhys Weston
Also with Wales in Belgrade. Rhys and Earnie started Wales' home friendly against Bosnia but along but both are likely to be on the bench for the crucial game against Serbia and Montenegro on Wednesday, ko 7:15 BST.

Daniel Gabbidon
Daniel is a probable starter for Wales. He is expected to line up alongside Sheff Utd's Robert Page. Gabbidon has not played for Wales since beating Italy last October.

James Collins
James is also on the plane to Belgrade today but will see action on Tuesday with Wales U21's. He earned his first cap earlier this year and will be hoping for another one tomorrow.

Neil Alexander
Neil is also heading abroad, he is in Oslo with Scotland as they prepare to face Norway in a friendly on Wednesday. Neil has not yet won a cap under Berti Vogt's but appears to be second in the pecking order behind Celtic's Robert Douglas. Maybe his first cap will come on Wednesday? ko 7:00pm.

Tony Vidmar
The new City defender is in Dublin with the Australia squad for their game against the Republic of Ireland. This match is on Tuesday. Vidmar was a playing substitute when the Aussie's beat England at Upton park last season. ko 7:30pm.

Alan Lee
The City striker is on stand-by for the Republic of Ireland for the game against Australia. It's unlikely he will be called up as Irelands manager has said with 18 outfield players reported for duty he probably won't need to call for the stand-by players. Lee won his first two caps at the end of last season.

Good luck to all City players representing their countries.