The three MK Dons players are all expected to represent their respective countries during the international break, with some important fixtures to be played.
This evening, Kaine Kesler Hayden could be involved as England Under-20s take on Poland in Bielsko Biala. A victory tonight over the sixth-placed Poles could see the Young Lions ascend to the top of the U20s Elite League.
Kesler Hayden has accumulated three international appearances this season and the full-back will want to add to that total tonight and on Tuesday when they take on current league leaders Germany at the JobServe Community Stadium in Colchester.
If selected, the MK Dons forward could face the likes of Christian Benteke, Divock Origi and Youri Tielemans as the two sides battle for victory. Supporters can watch Parrott in action on the Sky Sports Premier League channel, which will be covering the match live from 4.30pm, kick-off is at 5pm.
Parrott will also hoping to feature against Lithuania in Ireland’s second friendly of the window. This game, also taking place at the Avivia Stadium, will be televised on Sky Sports Arena from 7.15pm.
Finally, Connor Coventry joins the action on Tuesday when he looks to make his sixth appearance of the season for Republic of Ireland Under-21s.
Coventry & Co take on Sweden, who currently sit first in their UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification group. A result in favour of the Irish could see them rise to second in their group and move to within one point of the leaders with a game in hand.