The international break is now over, which will be music to the ears of club football fans around the world, as their teams are scheduled to be back in action this weekend.

For Tottenham, that involves a trip across North London to play their bitter rivals Arsenal, but which Lilywhites players will come into the fixture in form?

Let’s take a look at how everyone got on during the international break:

Richarlison – Brazil beat Ghana in a friendly last week, with Richarlison netting a fine brace. The Spurs man then followed this up with a nutmeg finish in a 5-1 win over Tunisia, adding an assist for Raphinga too. Two games, four goal involvements.

Heung-min Son – Sonny whipped in a late free-kick equaliser in a 2-2 draw against Costa Rica, before heading home the only goal of the game against Cameroon.

Harry Kane – Harry struggled to get into the game in the defeat to Italy, but netted from the penalty spot to put England 3-2 up against Germany this week (albeit with the final scoring being 3-3).

Rodrigo Bentancur – Started both of Uruguay’s matches, a 1-0 defeat to Iran and a 2-0 win over Canada, impressing in the latter with his quality on the ball.

Pape Matar Sarr – Started for Senegal in the 2-0 win over Bolivia, then came off the bench in the 1-1 draw with Iran.

Callum Cesay – Came off the bench in the 4-0 defeat to South Africa for Sierra Leone, then started the 3-0 defeat to DR Congo.

Matt Doherty and Troy Parrott – Both Spurs players started the 2-1 defeat to Scotland and the 3-2 win over Armenia. Parrott missed a key chance against the Scotts, while Doherty was far more impressive against Armenia than his first run-out.

Dejan Kulusevski – Set up Sweden’s only goal in a 4-1 defeat to Serbia, then played 90 minutes in a front two in a 1-1 draw with Slovenia.

Ryan Sessegnon, Oliver Skipp, Djed Spence – All three impressed for England U21s during the break, with Oliver Skipp even getting an assist.

Dane Scarlett – Featured for England U20s.

Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso – Lo Celso played in a 3-0 win over Honduras, while Romero sorted his Visa issues in time to earn a clean sheet in a 3-0 win over Jamaica.

Davinson Sanchez – Started in Colombia’s 3-2 win over Mexico.

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