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Chelsea players on international duty: Who, when, how to watch on Friday

England (Cahill), France (Kanté), and the Czech Republic (Kalas) in action.

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World Cup qualifying action continues across two continents, as European teams and North American teams play a round after last night's scintillating action from South America.  Well, scintillating if you're a fan of Brazil; less so if you're a fan of Argentina.

There's another classic rivalry on tap today in the UK (and one over in the USA later, too, with Mexico coming to Columbus).  Here's when and how to watch Chelsea players in international action for Friday, November 11, 2016.

ENGLAND vs. Scotland (World Cup 2018 qualifier)

When:  19:45 GMT; 2:45pm EST
Where:  Wembley Stadium, London, England
Who:  Gary Cahill (50)
How:  ITV 1 (UK); Fox Sports 1 (USA); elsewhere

Why: England have yet to concede in their three qualifiers so far, but have only scored three goals in total.  Last time out, they only managed a dour 0-0 away to Slovenia.  Scotland meanwhile have plenty of work to do to rediscover even a hint of their once glorious footballing powers.

FRANCE vs. Sweden (World Cup 2018 qualifier)

When:  19:45 GMT; 2:45pm EST
Where:  Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France
Who:  N'Golo Kanté (11)
How:  Sky Sports 3 (UK); ESPN2 (USA); elsewhere

Why: The two best teams in Group A go head-to-head.

CZECH REPUBLIC vs. Norway (World Cup 2018 qualifier)

When:  19:45 GMT; 2:45pm EST
Where:  Eden Aréna, Prague, Czech Republic
Who:  Tomáš Kalas (4)
How:  Sky Sports Red Button (UK); ESPN3 (USA); elsewhere

Why: The Czechs are winless and scoreless in three; Norway haven't done much better either.  In case you're wondering where Petr Čech is, he retired from internationals after Euro 2016.  He finished his career with 124 caps.

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