IT'S a quieter week than usual for Burnley's international contingent with only five players called up for senior duty with their countries.

James Tarkowski's withdrawal from the England squad through injury reduced the numbers while Chris Wood's New Zealand are without a game and Stephen Ward, Robbie Brady and Jonathan Walters missed out on a Republic of Ireland call due to their ongoing injury problems.

There are also three call-ups for Burnley youngsters during this international window, including teenage winger Dwight McNeil's first taste of England duty.

These are the Clarets involved in the international action and when and where they're playing.

Sam Vokes (Wales)

Vokes heads to international duty with Wales in good form for his club, with two goals in his last two games for the Clarets and four successive starts in the Premier League.

The 28-year-old will hope that spell will be enough to win his 60th international cap, having not made it off the bench in the October Nations League fixtures with Ireland and Denmark.

Wales' return to the Principality Stadium on Thursday night for the first time since March 2011, when England won 2-0, as they host Spain in a friendly.

Ryan Giggs' side then travel to Dublin on Tuesday (October 16) for the Nations League return with Ireland, having beaten Martin O'Neill's men 4-1 in Cardiff last month.

Kevin Long and Jeff Hendrick (Republic of Ireland)

There will be some familiar faces to Vokes in Dublin, with Long and Hendrick both in the Ireland squad, even if Ward, Brady and Walters are missing.

Central defender Long is seeking to add to his tally of eight caps while Hendrick started both games during the October international break.

Having suffered that heavy defeat in Cardiff the Republic will be looking to get their Nations League campaign back on track with a Dublin double header.

Before the visit of Wales they host Denmark on Saturday (October 13).

Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Iceland)

Wing wizard Gudmundsson has been in fine form for the Clarets recently and his tally of 12 Premier League assists since the start of last season is only bettered by Manchester City trio Kevin De Bruyne, Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling.

Gudmundsson is one cap short of reaching 70 for his country and he is almost certain to pass that mark during the international break.

Iceland are away at world champions France on Thursday and then welcome Switzerland to Reykjavik on Monday (October 15) in the reverse of last month's Nations League fixture which Switzerland won 6-0.

Matej Vydra (Czech Republic)

Vydra had been out of the Czech Republic fold for two years, but his £11million move to Burnley this summer has resulted in an immediate recall to international action.

The 26-year-old has started the season well with a goal off the bench against Olympiakos, before he repeated the trick on his first start against Bournemouth.

Vydra has 20 caps for his country and will hope to add to that tally. Jaroslav Silhavy's side are on the road in two Nations League fixtures, in Slovakia on Saturday and Ukraine on Tuesday (October 16).

Dwight McNeil (England Under-20s)

It's been a memorable start to the season for 18-year-old McNeil, with the winger impressing on his first Burnley start in the Turf Moor draw with Olympiakos, before he was handed a first Premier League start against Manchester United.

Burnley have high hopes for the former Manchester United youngster and he will get his first glimpse of international football this week.

McNeil has been called into Paul Simpson's England Under-20 squad as a 'training player', although he may yet be part of the squad for their friendly with Italy at AFC Fylde's Mill Farm ground on Thursday.

James Clarke and George McMahon (Republic of Ireland Under-19s)

It's a triple header for the Republic of Ireland Under-19s and they can call on two Clarets for their UEFA Under-19 Championship fixtures.

Burnley Under-23s captain Clarke is back in the squad having been called up last season, while he is joined by goalkeeper McMahon, a summer addition at Turf Moor from Rotherham.

Ireland face Bosnia and Herzegovina tomorrow (Wednesday), before facing the Faroe Islands on Saturday and Holland on Tuesday (October 16).

All three games are being played at the City Calling Stadium, Longford, with the Bosnia and Faroe Islands fixtures starting at 3pm and the Holland game kicking-off at 1pm.