Rovers will be well represented when international football returns after this weekend's match against Brentford.
With Northern Ireland and Wales having qualified for next summer's Euro 2016 finals, the two countries have international friendlies taking on Friday 13th November.
Corry Evans has been included in the Northern Ireland squad for their match in Belfast against Latvia, whilst Tom Lawrence and Adam Henley are named in Chris Coleman's Wales squad for their friendly against the Netherlands in Cardiff.
Shane Duffy's Republic of Ireland could still reach the finals in France. The Rovers defender is one of 39 players named in Martin O'Neill's provisional squad for their Euro 2016 play-offs against Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The first leg takes place in Zenica on 13th November, with the return fixture at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin three days later.
Lee Williamson will link up with the Jamaican national side for their third round CONCACAF World Cup qualifying games against Panama and Haita.
The Reggae Boyz will take on the Panamanians on November 13, before departing for Port-Au-Prince for a meeting with Haiti on Tuesday 17th.
At Under-21 level Darragh Lenihan's Republic of Ireland have a UEFA Group 2 qualifier against Lithuania in Vilnius a week on Friday, before they return for a friendly against Norway in Waterford the following Tuesday.
Mark Edgar is with Northern Ireland's Under-19s for their forthcoming UEFA Under-19 Championship Qualifying Round in Russia.
The Northern Irish have three matches taking place in Sochi. They kick off their group on Wednesday 11th November with a match against Norway, before facing group hosts Russia two days later.
Northern Ireland complete their group on Monday 16th November with a match against Slovakia.