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Four Queens Park Rangers players are due to play a part for their respective countries in the coming international weekend.

Kaspars Gorkss looks set for some much-needed first team football as Latvia travel to Israel in the crunch World Cup Qualifier. Both sides will be looking for a victory to keep pace with Greece and Switzerland.

Former QPR striker Ben Sahar looks set to feature for Israel at the Ramat Gan stadium while former Crystal Palace duo Alex Kolinko and Andrejs Rubins are also set to start.

Heidar Helguson will be looking to make the starting line-up as Iceland host Scandinavian neighbours Norway in a game that could prove crucial to the fortunes of Scotland.

Despite over 40 caps for his country Helguson is seen as more of a squad player as Iceland can all-but end Norway`s challenge for second place in Group Nine.

Akos Buzsaky returns to European action following a lengthy injury with a view to shocking the critics and helping Hungary to qualification over Portugal and Sweden.

At present the Magical Magyars sit in second place in Group One with 13 points from their opening six games and a victory over Sweden would put them in a commanding position in behind leaders Denmark.

Meanwhile Adel Taarabt will be a key figure if Morocco are to overcome Togo and keep their slim World Cup Qualification hopes alive.

The 20-year-old born in Fez, will feature for the Moroccan`s tomorrow as they still search for their first win of the qualifying campaign. They currently sit behind opponents Togo and the 100% record of Gabon.

Best of luck to all international R's

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Writer:Boxer
Date:Saturday September 5 2009
Time: 3:08PM

Comments

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How refreshing it is to have internationals once again!
Boxer
05/09/2009 15:11:00
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We had internationals last season . . .!!
sandydl
05/09/2009 16:43:00
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Yeah, I mean in general, when we were down in Division Two it was just Langley's occasional Jamaica appearance and *Shittu in the Nigeria squad a handful of times... Bircham for Canada as well.
Boxer
05/09/2009 17:01:00
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They just get in the way or the championship...
LeeCookFan
06/09/2009 00:10:00
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The worst thing was getting only a handful away on internationals, because it wasn't enought to postpone the game - you needed at least five, and we'd always be left without a couple of good players.
Boxer
06/09/2009 08:55:00
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Obviously a clear sign that the quality of teh squad is improving!
lenny367
06/09/2009 18:34:00
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