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Reds on international duty

11 June 2019

With the domestic season over, all eyes turn to the international scene as Nottingham Forest players travel the globe to represent their countries.

Adlene Guedioura and Tendayi Darikwa will be representing Algeria and Zimbabwe respectively at this summer's African Cup of Nations, while Alex Milosevic returns to the Sweden squad for their Euro 2020 qualifiers and Karim Ansarifard represents Iran against Syria and South Korea.

Follow how they get on below (kick-offs UK time):

Tendayi Darikwa

COSAFA Cup
Saturday 1st June - Zimbabwe 2-0 Comoros: Darikwa played the full 90 minutes and provided an assist as Zimbabwe progressed to the semi-finals of the warm-up tournament.
Wednesday 5th June - Zimbabwe 0-0 Zambia (2-4 on penalties): Darikwa played the full 90 minutes as Zimbabwe lost out in the COSAFA Cup semi-finals

Friendly
Saturday 8th June - Nigeria 0-0 Zimbabwe: Darikwa featured for the first half as Nigeria and Zimbabwe played out a goalless draw.

African Cup of Nations - Group A
Friday 21st June - Egypt vs Zimbabwe (9pm)
Wednesday 26th June - Uganda vs Zimbabwe (6pm)
Sunday 30th June - Zimbabwe vs DR Congo (8pm)

Adlene Guedioura

Friendlies
Tuesday 11th June - Algeria 1-1 Burundi: Adlene Guedioura started for Algeria as they drew 1-1 in Qatar.
Sunday 16th June - Algeria vs Mali (2pm)

African Cup of Nations - Group C
Sunday 23rd June - Algeria vs Kenya (9pm)
Thursday 27th June - Senegal vs Algeria (6pm)
Monday 1st July - Tanzania vs Algeria (8pm)

Alex Milosevic

Euro 2020 qualifiers
Friday 7th June - Sweden 3-0 Malta: Milosevic was an unused substitute as Sweden defeated Malta 3-0.
Monday 10th June - Spain 3-0 Sweden: Milosevic was not involved in the matchday squad as Sweden lost to Spain.

Karim Ansarifard

Friendlies
Thursday 6th June - Iran 5-0 Syria: Karim Ansarifard played 80 minutes for Iran and chipped in with an assist as they defeated Syria 5-0.
Tuesday 11th June - South Korea 1-1 Iran: Karim featured for 80 minutes of Iran's 1-1 draw with South Korea.


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