ALPHONSE AREOLA / PRESNEL KIMPEMBE / BLAISE MATUIDI / ADRIEN RABIOT - FRANCE
Alphonse Areola, Presnel Kimpembe, Blaise Matuidi, Adrien Rabiot and Les Bleus defeated Paraguay 5-0 on Friday 2 June at Roazhon Park in Rennes, before beating England 3-2 on Tuesday 13 June at the Stade de France. Between these two friendly matches, France lost 2-1 to Sweden in their World Cup qualifier in the Friends Arena in Solna, but remain top of Group A on goal difference with 13 points.

MARCO VERRATTI - ITALY
La Squadra Azzurra beat Uruguay 3-0 on Wednesday 7 June in the Allianz Riviera in Nice, in a friendly. Four days later they defeated Liechtenstein 5-0 in the Dacia Arena in Udine, in a World Cup qualifier and sit second in Group G with 16 points, behind Spain.

GRZEGORZ KRYCHOWIAK - POLAND
Grzegorz Krychowiak and the Bialo-Czerwoni recorded a 3-1 win over Romania on Saturday 10 June at the PGE Narodowym in Warsaw to lead Group E with 16 points.

KEVIN TRAPP / JULIAN DRAXLER - GERMANY
Kevin Trapp, Julian Draxler and Die Mannschaft drew 1-1 with Denmark on 6 June in the Brondby Stadion, in which Trapp earned his first cap. Four days later they defeated Saint Marino 7-0 in the Grundig Stadion in Nuremberg, to lead their World Cup qualifying Group C with 18 points, 5 ahead of Northern Ireland. Germany will now take part in the Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia, from Saturday 17 June to Sunday 2 July, where they will take on Australia, Chile and Cameroon.

THIAGO SILVA - BRAZIL
In Australia with the Seleção, Thiago Silva lost a friendly match 1-0 to Argentina at the MCG, before defeating their hosts 4-0 in Melbourne. The Paris captain scored against the Socceroos.

ANGEL DI MARIA - ARGENTINE
Angel Di Maria started the 1-0 win over Brazil before defeating Singapore 5-0 in a second friendly match in which he scored and provided an assist.

EDINSON CAVANI - URUGUAY
Edinson Cavani and the Celeste lost 3-1 against Ireland on Sunday 4 June in the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, in which El Matador was injured and played no part in the 3-0 friendly loss to Italy in Udine.

SERGE AURIER - COTE D’IVOIRE
Serge Aurier and the Elephants lost 5-0 in a friendly against the Netherlands on Sunday 4 June in the De Kuip Stadion in Rotterdam before going down 3-2 to Guinea, on Saturday 10 June in Bouaké in their second round Group C AFCON qualifier.

JONATHAN IKONE - FRANCE U21
Jonathan Ikoné, loaned by Paris Saint-Germain to Montpellier last season, and the France U21 defeated Albania 3-0 in a friendly on 5 June in the Stadiumi Selman Stërmasi in Tirana before defeating Cameroon 3-1 at the Stade Dominique Duvauchelle in Créteil, in a second friendly.

GONCALO GUEDES - PORTUGAL U21
Gonçalo Guedes and Portugal U21 have flown to Poland for UEFA Euro U21 2017. In Group C, the Seleção will play Serbia on Saturday 17 June, Spain on Tuesday 20 and Macedonia on Friday 23 June.

CHRISTOPHER NKUNKU / JEAN-KEVIN AUGUSTIN - FRANCE U20
Christopher Nkunku, Jean-Kévin Augustin and France U20 were in Korea for the FIFA World Cup U20 2017. In the group stage, Les Tricolores defeated Honduras 3-0, Vietnam 4-0 and New Zealand 3-0 before losing 2-1 to Italy in the first knock out round.

ALEC GEORGEN / LORENZO CALLEGARI - FRANCE U19
Alec Georgen, Lorenzo Callegari and France U19 took part in the Maurice Revello 2017 tournament, drawing 0-0 with Wales, losing 2-1 to the Côte d'Ivoire before winning 6-1 against Bahrein, finishing third in their group and being eliminated.