THREE of Saints’ players will today round off their time away on international duty.

Jan Bednarek, Sofiane Boufal and Stuart Armstrong are all in action, before returning to St Mary’s.

Bednarek’s Poland end their Euro 2020 qualification campaign at home to Slovenia – the only team to have beaten them in the group stage.

This match comes on the back of Poland’s 2-1 win away to Israel last Saturday.

If Bednarek’s side avoids defeat this evening, they will finish top of their qualification table after so far winning seven of their nine games.

Their nearest competitors, Austria, are three points behind them and will this evening play Latvia.

Boufal is currently away with the Morocco squad.

The playmaker is set to feature against Burundi in his country’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

They started their campaign with a goalless draw against Mauritania on Friday.

Midfielder Armstrong will be aiming to pull on his Scotland jersey against Kazakhstan tonight.

The former Celtic man was left on the bench during his side's 2-1 win over Cyprus on Saturday.

He has been enjoying life back in Saints' starting XI, having struggled to make an impact since his Celtic move last summer.

Armstrong has played in the club's last three matches and will be hoping to feature against Arsenal.