Thomas Kaminski and Darragh Lenihan have returned from international duty – with Corry Evans to meet up with the squad tonight.

Kaminski was an unused substitute in Tuesday night’s win over Belarus, having also been on the bench for the 1-1 draw in Czech Republic, but wasn’t involved for win over Wales last week.

Lenihan meanwhile was an unused substitute in all three of Republic of Ireland’s March fixtures.

Midfielder Evans, who started the draw at Norwich City last time out, started the first two of Northern Ireland’s fixtures against Italy and USA, but was an unused substitute in last night’s 0-0 draw with Bulgaria.

On his international trio ahead of a Good Friday fixture at Wycombe, Mowbray said: “Lenihan got back at 3pm yesterday and did a light session yesterday afternoon.

“Kaminski was back late last night, his train broke down in Lille on the way home, but he's here, and Corry Evans will fly into Heathrow tonight.

"It's not ideal, but it's football, it's where it is. It seems strange to be playing on a Friday and you've got a player who hasn't seen his team-mates at all for two weeks and will come up and meet up with the squad to be involved."

Rovers’ No.1 Kaminski is fourth choice for his country, but with Koen Casteels unable to travel for the Czech Republic fixture, and Thibaut Courtois being injured for the 8-0 win over Belarus saw the 28-year-old involved in the 23-man squad.

Kaminski has now been in three successive Belgium squads, despite his withdrawal from the November camp following a positive test for coronavirus.

He will have eyes on making Roberto Martinez’s 23-man squad for the European Championships, in which Belgium go in as one of the favourites, which would round off a fine personal season.

Rovers captain Lenihan was a late addition to the Irish squad, called up following the 1-1 draw with Norwich City on March 20, and failed to make an appearance in what was a disappointing run of results for the Irish.

Stephen Kenny is still waiting for his first win as manager, 11 games in, with Tuesday’s draw with World Cup hosts Qatar following on from defeats to Luxembourg and Serbia.

Evans meanwhile, has now won 66 caps for his country after twice appearing for Ian Baraclough’s side during the break.

The 30-year-old missed the November matches, including the Euro 2020 play-off defeat to Bosnia-Herzegovina, but was back in the side having played seven times for Rovers since his injury return in February.

On Lenihan's lack of game-time, Mowbray added: "We will get him out there training with the team and get on with it.

"We're frustrated for him, but it's international football. You want your players to be international footballers, showing that they're progressing in their careers, but it's disappointing for him that he didn't get involved.

"I have spoken to him and he was quite enthused by the camp, they've integrated a new coach and that was a different voice, and I think he enjoyed it.

"I think it's enthused him, a bit different for him and I think he enjoyed it, even though he didn't play."