You can follow the progress of Arsenal's stars during the current Premier League break by reading our International Watch. Scroll down for the latest call-ups and reports:

Player Profile - Theo Walcott

Player Profile - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
England 1-1 Ukraine, September 11
Moldova 0-5 England, September 7

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain played 68 minutes of England's 1-1 draw against Ukraine at Wembley on Tuesday night, while Theo Walcott missed out through illness. Oxlade-Chamberlain also played 58 minutes of the Three Lions' emphatic victory in Moldova last Friday, before being replaced by Walcott.


Player Profile - Lukas Podolski

Player profile - Per Mertesacker

Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker
Austria 1-2 Germany, September 11
Germany 3-0 Faroe Islands, September 7

Lukas Podolski played 15 minutes as a second-half substitute in Germany's 2-1 World Cup qualifying victory over Austria on Tuesday. Per Mertesacker did not feature. The latter played the full 90 minutes of Germany's 3-0 victory against the Faroe Islands last Friday, while Podolski came on as a 75th-minute substitute.

Player Profile - Abou Diaby


Abou Diaby, Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny
France 3-1 Belarus, September 11
Finland 0-1 France, September 7
Olivier Giroud played an hour of France's 3-1 World Cup qualifying victory over Belarus on Tuesday night. Laurent Koscielny was an unused substitute. Abou Diaby scored the only goal of the game as France beat Finland 1-0 last Friday, while Koscielny and Giroud remained on the bench.


Player Profile - Santi Cazorla


Santi Cazorla
Georgia 0-1 Spain, September 11
Spain 5-0 Saudi Arabia, September 7

Santi Cazorla played 26 minutes of Spain's 1-0 victory over Georgia on Tuesday night. Last Friday, the midfielder scored the opening goal of the game as Spain eased past Saudi Arabia 5-0 in a friendly.

Player Profile - Thomas Vermaelen


Thomas Vermaelen
Belgium 1-1 Croatia, September 11
Wales 0-2 Belgium, September 7
Thomas Vermaelen played the full 90 minutes of Belgium's 1-1 draw against Croatia on Tuesday. The centre back also played the whole of his nation's 2-0 win in Wales last Friday.


Player Profile - Johan Djourou


Johan Djourou
Switzerland 1-0 Albania, September 11
Slovenia 0-2 Switzerland, September 7
Johan Djourou played the full 90 minutes as Switzerland beat Albania 1-0 in Tuesday's World Cup qualifier. The defender also played the whole of his nation's 2-0 win over Slovenia last Friday.

Player Profile - Lukasz Fabianski


Lukasz Fabianski
Poland 2-0 Moldova, September 11
Montenegro 2-2 Poland, September 7

Lukasz Fabianski was an unused substitute as Poland beat Moldova 2-0 in Tuesday's World Cup qualifier. The goalkeeper was also left on the bench for their 2-2 draw with Montenegro on Friday.

Player Profile - Aaron Ramsey


Aaron Ramsey
Serbia 6-1 Wales, September 11
Wales 0-2 Belgium, September 7
Aaron Ramsey captained the Wales side that suffered a 6-1 defeat to Serbia on Tuesday night. The midfielder also played the full 90 minutes as Wales lost 2-0 to Belgium on Friday.


Player Profile - Conor Henderson


Conor Henderson
Italy Under-21s 2-4 Republic of Ireland Under-21s, September 10

Hungary Under-21s 2-1 Republic of Ireland Under-21s, September 6
Conor Henderson was on target with a sensational strike from range in the Republic of Ireland Under-21s' 4-2 victory over Italy on Monday. The midfielder also played the full 90 minutes in his nation's 2-1 defeat to Hungary last Thursday.

Player Profile - Gervinho

Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast 4-2 Senegal
Saturday, September 8

Gervinho was on target as the Ivory Coast twice came from behind to beat Senegal 4-2 in their 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Saturday. The winger equalised for the hosts in the second half before winning the penalty for his nation's third goal.


Player Profile - Francis Coquelin


Francis Coquelin
Slovakia Under-21s 2-1 France Under-21s, September 7

Francis Coquelin was sent off in the 75th minute of France Under-21's 2-1 defeat to Slovakia on Friday.

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12 Sep 2012