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International round-up: Wolves, West Brom and Aston Villa players all feature for their nations

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Wolves defender Jonny Otto won his first Spain cap last night during the 4-1 win over Wales in Cardiff, as players based around the Midlands participated in international fixtures.

A number of locally based players all featured at varying international levels.

The 24-year-old came on after 62 minutes as Luis Enrique’s side ran out comfortable winners.

Ruben Neves set up a goal in Portugal’s 3-2 Nations League win in Poland, Rui Patricio also playing for the visitors.

Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White started for England Under-19s in their 4-1 win in Portugal. He was replaced after the break by Baggies counterpart Rekeem Harper, while Albion defender Nathan Ferguson was an unused substitute.

Albion midfielder Sam Field played all of England Under-20s' 2-1 win over Italy alongside Villa youngster Easah Suliman, whilst Kyle Edwards made a late substitute appearance in the clash.

Meanwhile, Villa loanee Tammy Abraham was an unused substitute as England Under-21s secured their place in next summer's European Championships with a 7-0 thrashing of Andorra. West Brom loanee Harvey Barnes was not included in the match-day squad, having been called up to the 23-man team for the first time.

Both players could feature in their upcoming clash with Scotland on Tuesday.

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