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Newcastle United have a number of players on international duty this week and next.

While the majority of Newcastle United's squad has jetted off to Dubai for a warm weather training camp, there are still a number of players who have called up by their respective nations.

The Magpies headed into the two-week international break on the back of exiting the FA Cup at the quarter-final stage after losing 2-0 to Manchester City on Saturday.

Eddie Howe is hoping the trip to the Middle East can reignite his team's season, which has faltered in recent months having collected just 14 points from 14 games.

"As always there will be a period of relaxation after a very busy period," said Howe when about the Dubai plans. "We've got to try and get players fit before our next game and then there will be a period of work where we will analyse [the Manchester City] game and pick the pieces up.

"We'll work on, I don't know what that will be but we'll look ahead to our next opponent and get some good work in, some fitness work in and come back stronger for it."

Those not in Dubai are representing their respective countries. They'll return to Tyneside late next week ahead of welcoming West Ham United to St James' Park on Saturday, March 30.

Here's when each of Newcastle's international players are in action across the next seven days:

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