Two Derby County players were in action for their respective countries over this final round of international fixtures.

Winger Kamil Jozwiak represented Poland on Wednesday night, whilst midfielder Jason Knight appeared for the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday.

Jozwiak, who scored his second international goal last week against Hungary in a 3-3 draw, appeared for Poland as a second half substitute against England at Wembley in their latest 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier.

The 22-year-old replaced Barnsley defender Michał Helik 10 minutes into the second half with Paulo Sousa’s side 1-0 behind courtesy of Harry Kane’s first half penalty.

Five minutes after Jozwiak's introduction, Poland equalised through Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Jakub Moder.

However, they were unable to hold on to the point as Manchester United defender Harry Maguire struck in the final five minutes to secure a vital three points for the Three Lions.

Jozwiak showed some neat touches and was an attacking threat for Poland but they fell to defeat in their third World Cup qualifier.

Midfielder Knight earned his fifth cap for the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday night as they drew 1-1 with World Cup hosts Qatar in a friendly at the Nagyerdei Stadion in Hungary.

The 20-year-old Academy graduate was introduced on 57 minutes as he replaced Wycombe Wanderers striker Daryl Horgan, but he was unable to force a winner tournament hosts as Stephen Kenny searches for his first victory in charge of the country.

Both Tom Lawrence (Wales) and David Marshall (Scotland) were unused substitutes for their countries on Tuesday night and Wednesday night against the Czech Republic and Faroe Islands respectively.

All players will now return to Derby County and could be in contention to face Luton Town at Pride Park Stadium on Friday 2nd April (3pm kick-off).