Broadhead and Burns Named in Wales Squad
Town duo Nathan Broadhead and Wes Burns have been named in the Wales squad for their games during the September international break.

The Welsh face South Korea in a friendly in Cardiff on Thursday 7th September, then take on Latvia in Riga in a Euro 2024 qualifier on Monday 11th September.

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Bother Broadhead and Burns will be looking to add to the four caps they have won previously with the former Everton man having scored one international goal.

Yesterday, skipper Sam Morsy was named in the Egypt squad for their September internationals and keeper Cieran Slicker in the Scotland U21s party.
Wales face South Korea and Latvia

Wes Burns and Nathan Broadhead have been called up by Wales for a pair of games during the international break..

The Town pair are in the squad for the upcoming games during the international window, which sees Wales first face South Korea in a friendly in Cardiff on Thursday, 7 September.

Then it’s a trip to Latvia for a Euro 2024 qualifier on Monday, 11 September, as Robert Page’s side look to move up the standings following a tough start.

Both Wes and Broady will be looking to add to their haul of caps, with the Town duo both having represented their country four times.

The call-ups come following captain Sam Morsy’s selection in the final Egypt squad, while goalkeeper Cieran Slicker has already been named in the Scotland U21 part for their game with Spain at the beginning of September.
Ipswich Town’s electrifying wing duo Wes Burns and Nathan Broadhead have both been called up by Wales for games during the international break.

The pair will link up with Robert Page’s squad ahead of the clash with South Korea in a friendly in Cardiff on Thursday, September 7th.


Then the Welsh side head to Latvia for a Euro 2024 qualifier on Monday, September 11th.


Both players have won four caps each, with Broadhead scoring on his debut against Croatia in March.

Baggott in Indonesia U23s Squad
Blues centre-half Elkan Baggott has been named in the Indonesia U23s squad for their AFC U23 Asian Cup qualifiers in September.

Baggott, 20, has previously won 16 full caps, scoring two goals, but has been included in the U23s squad this time around as Indonesia look to qualify for the 2024 Asian Cup finals in Qatar and then potentially the Olympics in Paris with the top three teams at the finals earning a trip to France.

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Indonesia’s U23s are hosting their qualification group and take on Chinese Taipei in their first match at the Manahan Stadium in Surakarta on Saturday 9th September and then Turkmenistan at the same venue three days later.


The senior squad have a friendly against Turkmenistan during the upcoming international break.


Baggott, previously uncapped at U23 level having jumped from the U19s to the first team, pulled up with an injury during last night’s Carabao Cup in at Reading.


However, assistant manager Martyn Pert said afterwards that it was nothing to be concerned about.


“His calf, it was just cramp,” he said. “It was a bad cramp, but it’s cramp. It looked like someone had shot him, didn’t it? But it was cramp and he’s OK.”


Baggott could move out on loan before Friday’s deadline with manager Kieran McKenna having been considering the best option for the central defender, who spent time at Gillingham and Cheltenham last season, for the campaign ahead.


“Elkan gives us good cover and an option in that position at the moment,” McKenna said a fortnight ago.


“As I’ve said, he is improving game by game. One area in any decisions we’ll make around a young player’s future will be the strength of the squad at the moment.


“But in the situation at the moment, that’s certainly not the only criteria around whether Elkan stays with the squad this season. It’s a number of different factors.”


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