Eleven Man United players could be in action for their respective countries in the UEFA Nations League tonight.
And Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hoping none of his players, who are out on international duty, would come back to Old Trafford injured.
Dean Henderson is expected to be an unused substitute when England welcome Denmark at Wembley tonight. Also, the likes of Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford could retain their starting roles against the Danes after the duo impressed against Belgium last weekend.
Elsewhere in Croatia, Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba could represent France tonight when Les Bleus take on the 2018 World Cup finalists at Stadion Maksimir. Martial came off the bench in the 74th minute against Portugal while Pogba started and finished the Portugal clash.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner tested positive for COVID-19 after Portugal’s goalless draw against France. In the wake of Ronaldo’s coronavirus status, Portugal’s national team’s medical department decided to carry out another phase of COVID-19 test and the results came back negative.
Donny Van de Beek, who was an unused substitute during Holland’s goalless draw at Bosnia Herzegovina on Sunday, could feature against Italy.
Dylan Levitt and Daniel James are two more other Manchester United players who could be in action tonight when Wales take on face Bulgaria away from home. Levitt is currently on a season-long loan with Charlton.
Scotland will host the Czech Republic at Hampden Park tonight at 19:45 BST and Scott McTominay is expected to start. The 23-year-old midfielder, who has struggled to get minutes at Man United this season, started as a right-centre-back and helped the Scots beat Slovakia 1-0.
In the early hours of Wednesday, Alex Telles came off the bench to help Brazil beat Peru 4-2 in the World Cup Qualifiers.
Like other Man United players, who are out on international duty, the Brazilian will head back to Old Trafford on Thursday ahead of Manchester United trip to St James’ Park to face Newcastle United in the Premier League.