The last international break is (thankfully) over, but already we're hearing news of which players were called into their respective squads for the next round of international fixtures to be played. Brazil has released their latest squad on Wednesday, and four Chelsea players have made the cut:
Dodô and Mário Fernandes called up for Brazil's games against Argentina and Japan next month, full squad: pic.twitter.com/atD59Q1Azj— Paulo Freitas (@Cynegeticus) September 17, 2014
All of Ramires, Willian, Oscar, and Filipe Luis will be in the group to face both Argentina and Japan. All four will likely be regular fixtures in the squad for the foreseeable future, even if it's hard to picture Luis having a prominent role by the time the next World Cup rolls around. Former Chelsea player David Luiz is also in the squad for the pair of October fixtures.
Now that we've got that mention out of the way, let's look forward to watching Chelsea play later on this afternoon against Schalke. There's a very good chance all four are involved in that match.