CELTIC have a total of eight players away in international duty this March, with seven countries represented by Celts.
Some players have already kicked off their international games, with Mikey Johnston already making an instant impact with Ireland.
On Friday, four more Bhoys will start their campaign. Maeda is involved in an early kick-off, with Japan facing Uruguay at 10.30 am, followed by Oh’s Korea playing Columbia at 11.
On Friday evening at 17.00, Haksabanovic and Montenegro travel to Bulgaria, while Starfelt and Sweden host Belgium at 19.45.
Saturday sees Scotland in action, with Callum McGregor and Anthony Ralston in the squad. They face Cyprus at 14.00.
12 hours later, Canadian Alistair Johnston faces Curacao at 2 am.
Despite the handful of matches on Sunday, no Celts are in action.
Monday night at 19.45 sees three Celtic stars in action, Starfelt’s Sweden hosts Azerbaijan, Haksabanovic’s Montenegro plays Serbia, and loanee Mikey Johnston looks to make his second appearance for his country against France.
The next morning, Maeda and his Japanese teammates take on Columbia in an 11.20 kick-off. Korea plays 40 mins later, facing Uruguay.
Ralston and McGregor play their last games of the break, with Scotland hosting Spain.
Alistair Johnston is the last Bhoy to play for his country this break, with a 1 am kick-off on Wednesday morning.