How did Sheffield Wednesday players fare on international duty?
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How did Sheffield Wednesday players fare on international duty?

Four Sheffield Wednesday players were called to represent their countries during March’s international break.

But how did the Owls quartet fare on their travels?

Keiren Westwood

Remained an unused substitute in each of the Republic of Ireland’s Euro 2020 qualifying wins against Gibraltar and Georgia.

Liam Palmer

Made his full international debut as Scotland were beaten 3-0 by Kazakhstan, but failed to reappear for the win against San Marino. The Times speculated after the former that Palmer might never be seen again in his country’s colours.

Michael Hector

Played every minute as Jamaica suffered back-to-back defeats – one to El Salvador in Concacaf Nations League qualifying; the other to Costa Rica in a friendly.

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Atdhe Nuhiu

Came on for the final nine minutes of Kosovo’s friendly draw with Denmark, but failed to feature in their Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria, which also ended all-square.

Right: Wednesday’s Atdhe Nuhiu in action for Kosovo (Photo credit should read GENT SHKULLAKU/AFP/Getty Images)

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