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Internationals: What's ahead for OL's internationals

Published on 28 May 2021 at 2:00 PM

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Sélections : Le planning de nos internationaux
Twelve Lyonnais have been summoned by their respective nations for the next round of international fixtures. Here is what awaits them this summer.

Many OL players will be in international action over the summer break. Twelve Lyonnais have been summoned to play for their countries in various competitions. Among these, the Euros will take a considerable place in the football landscape this summer. Memphis, Léo Dubois, Jason Denayer and Anthony Lopes will participate in this competition, while Maxence Caqueret and Houssem Aouar will take part in the U-21 Euros. Other important matches are on the horizon for the Brazilians, in particular Lucas Paqueta, who will play in the qualifiers for the World Cup, while waiting for the Brazilian squad for the Copa America to be announced, while Bruno Guimaraes will head to Tokyo to participate in the Olympic Games. Finally, several African internationals OL (Maxwel Cornet, Sinaly Diomande, Karl Toko Ekambi and Malcolm Barcola) will join their teams to play friendly matches.

  

Léo Dubois: France

Friendly: France - Wales, June 2, 9:05 PM, Allianz Riviera

Friendly: France – Bulgaria, June 8, 6 PM, Stade de France

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group F: France – Germany, June 15, 9 PM, Allianz Arena

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group F: France – Hungary, June 19, 3 PM, Stade Puskas

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group F: France – Portugal June 23, 9 PM, Stade Puskas

 

Jason Denayer: Belgium

Friendly: Belgium – Greece, June 3, 8:45 PM, Stade Roi Baudoin

Friendly: Belgium – Croatia, June 6, 8:45 PM, Stade Roi Baudoin

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group B: Belgium – Russia, June 12, 9 PM, St. Petersburg Stadium

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group B: Belgium – Denmark, June 17, 6 PM, Stade Parken

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group B: Belgium – Finland, June 21, 9 PM, St. Petersburg Stadium

 

Anthony Lopes: Portugal

Friendly: Spain – Portugal, June 4, 7:30 PM, Estadio Wanda Metropolitano

Friendly: Portugal – Israel, June 9, 8:45 PM, Stade José Alvalade

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group F: Portugal – Hungary, June 15, 6 PM, Stade Puskas

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group F: Portugal – Germany, June 19, 6 PM, Allianz Arena

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group F: Portugal – France, June 23, 9 PM, Stade Puskas

 

Memphis: Netherlands

Friendly: Netherlands – Scotland, June 2, 8:45 PM Estadio Algarve

Friendly: Netherlands – Georgia, June 6, 6 PM, De Grolsch Veste

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group C: Netherlands – Ukraine, June 13, 9 PM, Amsterdam Arena

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group C: Netherlands – Austria, June 17, 9 PM, Amsterdam Arena

Euro 2020 Group Stage, Group C: Netherlands – North Macedonia, June 21, 9 PM, Amsterdam Arena

 

Houssem Aouar and Maxence Caqueret: France U21

U-21 Euro Quarterfinals: France U21 – Netherlands U21, May 31, 6 PM, Bozsik Arena

 

Lucas Paqueta: Brazil

World Cup Qualifying: Brazil– Ecuador, June 5, 2:30 AM

World Cup Qualifying: Brazil– Paraguay, June 9, 2:30 AM, Estadio Defensores del Chaco

World Cup Qualifying: Brazil– Venezuela, June 1, 1 AM

 

Bruno Guimaraes: Brazil Olympic

Olympic Games: Brazil- Germany, July 22, 1:30 PM

Olympic Games: Brazil- Côte d'Ivoire, July 25, 10:30 AM

Olympic Games: Saudi Arabia - Brazil, July 28, 10 AM

 

Sinaly Diomandé and Maxwel Cornet: Cote d’Ivoire

Friendly: Cote d’Ivoire – Burkina Faso, June 5, 7 PM, Stade Olympique Alassane Ouattara

Friendly: Ghana – Cote d’Ivoire, June 12, Cape Coast Sports Stadium

 

Karl Toko Ekambi: Cameroon

Friendly: Nigeria – Cameroon, June 4, 9:30 PM, Stadion Wiener Neustadt

 

Malcolm Barcola: Togo

Friendly: Togo - Niger, June 2, 2 PM

Friendly: Togo - Guinea, June 5, 2 PM

Friendly: Gambia - Togo, June 8, 2 PM