Josip Iličić, Senad Lulić and Christian Eriksen are among 34 UEFA Europa League players who are putting club concerns to one side in the UEFA EURO 2016 play-offs.
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The UEFA Europa League does not resume until 26 November, but plenty of the competition's stars have other things on their mind this week.
The UEFA EURO 2016 play-offs run from Thursday to next Tuesday, 17 November, and seven of the eight contenders – all but the Republic of Ireland – are drawing players from the 48 UEFA Europa League group stage contenders; 34 players from 21 clubs in all.
Rosenborg have the biggest contingent (four players); the most represented national team is Norway, ten of whose players are in UEFA Europa League squads.
Viktor Fischer (Denmark)
Markus Henriksen (Norway)
Mikael Lustig (Sweden), Stefan Johansen (Norway)
Denys Boyko, Artem Fedetskiy, Yevhen Seleznyov (all Ukraine)
Simon Kjær (Denmark)
Josip Iličić (Slovenia)
Stefan Strandberg (Norway), Andreas Granqvist (Sweden)
Senad Lulić (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Jasmin Burić (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Tamás Kádár (Hungary), Gergő Lovrencsics (Hungary)
Nemanja Nikolić (Hungary)
Ádám Bogdán (Hungary)
Jakob Poulsen, Pione Sisto (both Denmark)
Vegard Forren, Martin Linnes, Mohammed Elyounoussi (all Norway)
Robin Olsen (Sweden)
Ibrahim Šehić (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Srdjan Grahovac (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
André Hansen, Pål André Helland, Ole Selnæs, Alexander Søderlund (all Norway)
Sead Kolašinac (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Pierre Højbjerg (Denmark)
Vilmos Vanczák (Hungary)
Christian Eriksen (Denmark)
Bojan Jokić (Slovenia)