Twelve players set for international action on Tuesday
France, Belgium, Colombia and Croatia play friendlies, as well as Spain vs. Argentina and Germany vs. Brazil, all feature Barça representatives
A total of 12 FC Barcelona players could see minutes for their respective countries this Tuesday, in the latest round of international friendlies in the runup to the 2018 World Cup. There are six games with Barça representatives.
Russia vs. France (Sant Petersburg, 5:50pm CET -1)
Samuel Umtiti, Lucas Digne and Ousmane Dembélé could all feature for France, as they take on the hosts of this summer's competition. All three played in the friendly against Colombia four days ago, with Umtiti seeing out the entire 90 minutes.
Germany vs. Brazil (Berlin, 8.45pm CET -1)
Ter Stegen has been given permission by Germany coach Joachim Löw to sit out the game, but Barça players will be in Berlín in the form of Brazilian pair Paulinho and Coutinho. The game is a rematch of the famous 1-7 German win at the last World Cup.
Belgium vs. Saudi Arabia (Brussels, 8:45pm CET -1)
Thomas Vermaelen could turn out for Belgium in their friendly in Brussels, in what is their first game in 2018.
Australia-Colombia (London, 9:00pm CET -1)
Fulham's Craven Cottage will host Colombia's game against the Socceroos, and Yerry Mina is likely to play. He put in a great performance in the friendly against France, won 2-3 by the South American side.
Spain vs. Argentina (Madrid, 9:30pm CET -1)
The Wanda Metropolitano, where Barça will play in the Copa del Rey final on April 21, hosts a fixture that features several Barça players. Piqué, Alba and Iniesta go up against Messi's Argentina. The Barça number 10 was rested for his country's game against Italy and may also sit out the game against Spain.
Mexico vs. Croatia (Arlington, 4:00am CET -1)
The final game of the day takes place in Texas, USA. Ivan Rakitic's Croatia play Mexico following a defeat against Peru.