You're probably wondering which international games you should watch on this lovely Wednesday. Well, we've gone and made that very easy for you!
Spurs players: Nabil Bentaleb (Algeria)
This could mark Nabil Bentaleb's debut for his new country. He's played for France at Under-19 level, but opted to switch to Algeria with France opportunities likely limited in the future. Here's to hoping he comes back from this game healthy, then heads to the World Cup in June.
Brazil vs. South Africa - 5 pm UK, 12 pm ET
Spurs players: Paulinho (Brazil)
Watch as Paulinho looks like a world class player who's actually worth £17m. It's a magic trick!
England U-21 vs. Wales U-21 - 6 pm UK, 1 pm ET
Expect to see Tom Carroll in the starting XI for this game. Harry Kane could make it too, but Saido Berahino will have the starting striker's spot, more likely than not. Zeki Fryers was originally in the England squad, but is injured.
Scotland U-21 vs. Hungary U-21 - 7:30 pm UK, 2:30 pm ET
Spurs players: Jordan Archer (Scotland)
Technically a first team player!
Belgium vs. Ivory Coast - 7:45 pm UK, 2:45 pm ET
Always appointment viewing during international breaks.
Wales vs. Iceland - 7:45 pm UK, 2:45 pm ET
Spurs players: Gylfi Sigurdsson (Iceland)
Siggy's been dealing with an injury, so who knows if he actually plays.
England vs. Denmark - 8 pm UK, 3 pm ET
Kyle Walker was also called in for this game, but will not play due to an injury. Jermain Defoe is a yiddo, but he's not under contract with Spurs at the moment. Christian Eriksen will probably play limited minutes, if at all, and I'm sure we'd all prefer that he doesn't play at all. Andros Townsend isn't better than Adam Lallana, but he'll probably play more minutes than the Southampton man anyway.
France vs. Netherlands - 8 pm UK, 3 pm ET
Spurs players: Hugo Lloris (France)
No place for Etienne Capoue, who is seemingly always hurt. Same for Younes Kaboul. Their World Cup chances are in serious jeopardy.