Four Sunderland players will all take to the same pitch over the international break as Seb Larsson will link up with Sweden while Giovanni Trapattoni has called on our Irish trio as the sides go head to head.
Sunderland eyes will be on Stockholm next week as Ireland take on Sweden with a host of Sunderland players set to feature.
Sebastian Larsson has been called up for the games against Ireland on March 22nd in Stockholm is expected to be given a starting role by Erik Hamren on his more natural right hand side of midfield as opposed to the central midfield position where he's featured prominently for us.
Former Sunderland midfielder Tobias Hysen is also called upon by Hamren.
Meanwhile Giovanni Trapattoni has called upon Sunderland trio John O'Shea, Keiren Westwood and James McClean for the game. O'Shea looks likely to start the game while Westwood has a better than average chance of starting while McClean - currently recovering from illness - might be forced to watch from the bench.
Trap has named a large squad for a pair of World Cup qualifiers as they also take on Austria a few days later. The manager is set to shorten the squad later this week once the fitness of his players, likely including McClean, is assessed.
Sweden Squad To Face Ireland
Andreas Isaksson, Kristoffer Nordfeldt, Johan Wiland, Mikael Antonsson, Andreas Granqvist, Mikael Lustig, Per Nilsson, Jonas Olsson, Martin Olsson, Behrang Safari, Jimmy Durmaz, Rasmus Elm, Alexander Gerndt, Samuel Holmen, Tobias Hysen, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Anders Svensson, Alexander Kacaniklic, Kim Kallstrom, Sebastian Larsson, Ola Toivonen, Pontus Wernbloom, Erkan Zengin.
Ireland Squad To Face Sweden & Austria
Keiren Westwood, David Forde, Darron Randolph, John O'Shea, Sean St Ledger, Ciaran Clark, Marc Wilson, Seamus Coleman, Stephen Kelly, Darren O'Dea, Joey O'Brien, Paul McShane, Alex Pearce, Stephen Ward, Glenn Whelan, James McCarthy, Paul Green, Jeff Hendrick, Aiden McGeady, Anthony Pilkington, James McClean, Robbie Brady, Robbie Keane, Shane Long, Kevin Doyle, Connor Sammon, Jon Walters, Simon Cox, Wes Hoolahan.