The largest group of MLS players were called to play in CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying play with six Panamanian players set to square off against four Honduran MLS players on Tuesday in Panama City (9:35 p.m. ET). All four players from Panama suit up for Texas-based MLS clubs, with the Houston Dynamo accounting for star offseason signings Alberth Elis and Romell Quioto in addition to World Cup veteran Boniek Garcia. Also on Tuesday, seven MLS players on Costa Rica will also play host to four MLS players from Trinidad and Tobago in San Jose, Costa Rica (10 p.m. ET). That large contingent is in addition to LA Galaxy midfielder Giovani dos Santos of Mexico and 15 U.S. players who have already wrapped up this round of qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Among five European MLS players to represent their countries in UEFA World Cup Qualifying play, newly signed Montreal Impact midfielder Blerim Dzemaili played 86 minutes in Switzerland’s 2-0 victory over the Faroe Islands.
A complete list of MLS players called up for international duty can be found here.