There are six Hibees representing their countries over the November international break!
Martin Boyle & Lewis Miller – Australia
Both Martin Boyle and Lewis Miller have been called up to represent the Socceroos for their upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Bangladesh and Palestine.
Miller made his debut for the Socceroos in October, coming off the bench against England at Wembley before starting the match against New Zealand.
The Hibs defender has been called up again and could make his competitive debut in Australia over the international break.
Miller will join Martin Boyle who has also been selected. Boyle has won 22 caps for the Socceroos so far, scoring six times.
The Hibs duo have flown out to Australia where they will play Bangladesh on Thursday in Melbourne before facing Palestine in Kuwait on Tuesday 21 November.
Rocky Bushiri – DR Congo
Rocky Bushiri has been called up to represent DR Congo as they begin their World Cup qualifying campaign.
Rocky made his debut for the Leopards in September and is in the frame to make his first competitive cap as they face Mauritania and Sudan.
DR Congo are in Group B alongside Senegal, Mauritania, Sudan, Togo and South Sudan as they look to qualify for their first World Cup since 1974.
Nohan Kenneh – Liberia
On loan Hibee, Nohan Kenneh has been called up to the Liberian National Team for their upcoming World Cup 2026 Qualifiers against Malawi and Equatorial Guinea.
The central midfielder is currently on loan at English League One side Shrewsbury Town, where he has made 17 appearances so far for the Salop.
Kenneh has made four caps for Liberia and could add to that tally when Liberia host Malawi and Equatorial Guinea.
Jojo Wollacott – Ghana
Hibs shot-stopper Jojo Wollacott has been called up to Chris Hughton’s 25-man Ghana squad.
The Black Stars play Madagascar and Comoros over the international break as they begin their 2026 World Cup Qualifying campaign.
Jojo has featured 11 times for Ghana and was unfortunate to miss out on the 2022 World Cup Finals in Qatar after suffering a finger injury.
Rory Whittaker – Scotland U19s
Finally, Rory Whittaker has been called up to represent the Scotland U19s squad for their EURO 2024 qualifiers.
Billy Stark’s squad travel to Bulgaria, where they will face Bulgaria, Andorra and Serbia.
Whittaker has broken into the First Team since the arrival of Nick Montgomery as Head Coach, featuring six times, and will now represent the Scotland U19s for the first time.
Wednesday 15 November
1.30pm – Bulgaria vs Scotland U19s (Rory Whittaker)
4pm – DR Congo vs Mauritania (Rocky Bushiri)
Thursday 16 November
8pm – Australia vs Bangladesh (Lewis Miller & Martin Boyle)
Friday 17 November
4pm – Ghana vs Madagascar (Jojo Wollacott)
4pm – Liberia vs Malawi (Nohan Kenneh)
Saturday 18 November
10am – Scotland U19s vs Andorra (Rory Whittaker)
Sunday 19 November
4pm – Sudan vs DR Congo (Rocky Bushiri)
Monday 20 November
4pm – Liberia vs Equatorial Guinea (Nohan Kenneh)
Tuesday 21 November
1.30pm – Scotland U19s vs Serbia (Rory Whittaker)
4pm – Comoros vs Ghana (Jojo Wollacott)
5pm – Palestine vs Australia (Lewis Miller & Martin Boyle)