Josh King is expected to earn his 14th cap for his country this Friday evening when Norway take on Malta.
The Rovers forward is part of a 22-man squad that has travelled to Malta for the second match of their UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.
The Norwegians started their quest to reach the finals in France with a home loss to Italy, King playing the full match in Oslo as they went down 2-0. So they'll be looking to get their first points on board against a Maltese side that started Group H with the same scoreline as they lost away to Croatia.
After Friday's game Norway return to home soil for Monday's qualifier against Bulgaria.
• Meanwhile, both Sam Lavelle and Darragh Lenihan featured for their respective countries on Thursday, but neither were on the winning side.
Lavelle played the full match for Scotland's Under-19s but they could only pick up a 0-0 draw with Lithuania, whilst Lenihan played the first half for the Republic of Ireland's Under-21s in their friendly against Norway, but they went down 3-1 in Drammen.