Spurs have spent big this summer and many will be in action over the weekend.
The international break can come as a horrible interlude for club managers, as their best players jet off to the far corners of the globe to star for their countries and risk injury.
However, for fans of Tottenham Hotspur it is a chance to see the new talent that has been bought in during the transfer window strutting their stuff on the biggest stage.
Virtue of the fact that the midfielder’s country Brazil are hosting the World Cup, Paulinho will not have the stress of competing in any qualifiers this year.
However, the 24-year-old has impressed for the national team in recent times, which included a well taken goal against England earlier in the year.
Paulinho will be lining up against Australia on Saturday, before the side take on Portugal on Wednesday in the second of two friendlies.
The winger is part of a gifted crop of Belgians that has guided their country to the top of their World Cup qualifying group.
Chadli will be joined by new Spurs team mates Jan Vertonghen and Moussa Dembele, as the country travel to Scotland for Friday night’s match.
Tottenham’s No.9 is beginning to become the nation’s first choice striker as well, with Chelsea’s Fernando Torres not even included in the Spain squad.
Soldado could well play against Finland in a World Cup qualifier on Friday, before the Spanish host Chile in a friendly next Tuesday.
The highly rated Romanian was bought in by Andre Villas-Boas to plug the gap vacated by Steven Caulker and William Gallas.
Back in the centre-back’s home nation Chiriches is regarded as a real talent and is likely to start both of Romania’s World Cup qualifiers with Hungary on Friday and then Turkey on Tuesday.
Eriksen is yet to make an appearance for Spurs since making an £11.5m switch from Ajax and despite the fact some say the attacking midfielder dropped in form last term, at 21-years-old there is plenty of time to improve.
The Dane should be a key figure in the country’s qualifiers against Malta (Friday) and Armenia (Tueday).
Argentina currently top the South American pool to qualify for Brazil, but with Colombia, Ecuador and Chile quick on their tail, a win against Paraguay on Wednesday is vital.
Lamela has been given the difficult task of filling the boots left by Gareth Bale, but the 21-year-old’s elevation to the Argentine first team gives an indication of how highly the winger is regarded.
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