Colchester United duo Callum Harriott and Kwame Poku could both feature for their respective countries this evening on international duty for Guyana and Ghana.
Callum Harriott and his Guyanese teammates are kicking off their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign this evening then they play Trinidad and Tobago in their Group F fixture.
Harriott has seven appearances for the Golden Jaguars, scoring his first international goal for the Golden Jaguars in their last match, eighteen months ago against Aruba.
Their game against Trinidad and Tobago is the first of two upcoming World Cup qualifiers due to be played, with the second on Tuesday evening when Guyana take on Bahamas. Both games are taking place in the Dominican Republic due to the current COVID-19 restrictions.
Kwame Poku's first call up to the Ghana first team could see him make his debut against South Africa this evening in the Black Stars' Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match.
In an important match for four-time cup winners Ghana, and Poku could help his country qualify for next year's tournament in Cameroon. The top three in Group C of Ghana, South Africa and Sudan all sit on nine points, although it's the Black Stars who top the group on goal difference.
The game will take place at South Africa's 94,000 seat FNB Stadium, the same venue as the 2010 World Cup final.
It's the first game of two Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers for Ghana, who take on São Tomé and Príncipe in their second game on Sunday evening.
Everyone at Colchester United would like to wish Callum and Kwame all the best of luck in their games this evening.