Woodman, Donnelly and Fenelon back in action for their countries this weekThree Reds players are back in international action this week.
Having played in Friday's morale-boosting 3-2 win over Germany, on-loan goalkeeper Freddie Woodman travelled with the rest of the squad to Zagreb for another warm-up game against Croatia on Monday that formed part of England's build up for the European Under-19 Championships. He was an unused substitute in a game that finished 1-1.
He was one of three Reds involved in international action at the weekend.
Striker Shamir Fenelon, who has recently joined Whitehawk on a month's loan, played for Republic of Ireland under-21s, creating one of the Irish goals in a 4-1 win over Qatar under-23s at Bury's Gigg Lane ground after coming on as a second-half substitute.
Next up for Shamir and Ireland is a European Under-21 Championship qualifier in Andorra on Tuesday.
And Liam Donnelly, who is on loan from Fulham, played 90 minutes for Northern Ireland under-21s on Saturday in their 2-1 defeat to Scotland in a European Championship qualifier.
Liam has now travelled to Iceland with the squad for Tuesday's qualifier in Reyjkavik.