Derby County had seven players away on international duty during the November break.
First team trio Conor Washington, Ryan Nyambe and Tyrese Fornah were all away with their respective nations whilst the Academy also had four players called up to represent their countries at youth level.
Here's a look at how all seven got on...
Conor Washington - Northern Ireland
Striker Washington made substitute appearances for Northern Ireland in both of their final UEFA 2024 European Championship Qualification matches. Northern Ireland lost 4-0 to Finland before rounding off their campaign with a 2-0 home victory over Denmark.
Ryan Nyambe - Namibia
Full-back Nyambe was an unused substitute in Namibia's 1-0 defeat to Equatorial Guinea last week before completing 90 minutes in a 2-0 victory over Sao Tome and Principe earlier this week. Both fixtures were 2026 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
Tyrese Fornah - Sierra Leone
Midfielder Fornah played 77 minutes in his international debut for Sierra Leone as they drew 0-0 with Ethiopia in a 2026 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers before playing 38 minutes in the 2-0 defeat to Egypt prior to being sent off for a high challenge.
Darren Robinson & Charlie Lindsay - Northern Ireland Under-21s
Both midfielder Robinson and attacker Lindsay were unused substitutes as Northern Ireland Under-21s were beaten 3-0 by England Under-21s at Goodison Park on Tuesday.
Carlos Richards - Gibraltar Under-21s
Richards played 88 minutes as Gibraltar Under-21s lost out narrowly 1-0 to Netherlands Under-21s in an UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifer before playing the full 90 in a 2-1 victory over Moldova Under-21s.
Cruz Allen - Wales Under-17s
Attacking midfielder Allen played 90 minutes as Wales Under-17s knocked off Belgium 1-0 in UEFA European Under-17 Championship Qualifiers before playing 82 minutes and scoring in an impressive 4-0 victory over Gibraltar Under-17s to help his side to the top of their group.