Five Wycombe Wanderers players have been called up to play in their respective nation’s fixtures during the upcoming international break.

Joe Low (Wales U21), Dale Taylor (Northern Ireland), Tjay De Barr (Gibraltar), Killian Phillips (Republic of Ireland) and Chris Forino (Saint Lucia), will represent their countries in the impending Euro 2024 Qualifiers and Concacaf Nation League fixtures.

Their overseas involvement has meant the Chairboys’ away league match against Wigan Athletic this weekend has been postponed.

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However, Wycombe will now take on AFC Wimbledon in the Football League Trophy, with the fixture originally being pencilled in for November 21.

Both teams have qualified for the next stage of the competition, meaning the brought forward clash will allow Wanderers to have a full week to prepare for their home bout against Thames Valley neighbours, Reading, on November 25.  

Here are the fixtures the five Chairboys will be part of over the next few days:

Joe Low - Wales U21

vs Iceland, November 16

vs Denmark, November 20

Killian Phillips - Republic of Ireland U21

vs Norway, November 17

vs Italy, November 21

Tjay De Barr - Gibraltar

vs France, November 18

vs Netherlands, November 21

Chris Forino - St Lucia 

vs St Kitts & Nevis, 16th November

vs Sint Maarten, 19th November

Dale Taylor - Northern Ireland

vs Finland, November 17

vs Denmark, November 20