Crowe in action as Judge looks to win sixth Ireland cap tomorrow
Town's Dylan Crowe won his fourth England U18s cap in a 3-2 win over Mexico yesterday.
The 17-year-old full-back came on as a half-time substitute as the Young Lions secured second spot in the SportChain Cup in Dubai following the three points.
Elsewhere Blues forward Aaron Drinan, who is on loan at Waterford until the summer, came off the bench in the final minute as Republic of Ireland U21s beat Luxembourg 3-0 in Dublin.
Blues duo Barry Cotter and Corrie Ndaba were unused substitutes for the Boys in Green in their first U21 European Championship Qualifier.
Midfielder Alan Judge was also an unused sub as the senior Republic of Ireland side kicked off their UEFA Euro qualifying campaign with a 1-0 victory away to Gibraltar on Saturday.
And Town could have up to four players involved with their national sides tomorrow.
Full-back Jonas Knudsen will be looking to earn his seventh cap for Denmark when they face Switzerland away from home in a UEFA Euro Qualifying match [kick-off 7.45pm].
And Alan will also be hopeful of some international action when Republic of Ireland take on Georgia in their second qualifying match in Dublin [kick-off 7.45pm].
Blues midfielders Andre Dozzell and Flynn Downes could be involved for England U20s in a friendly against Portugal, although Town team-mate Trevoh Chalobah won't be after he withdrew from the Young Lions squad with an injury.
Armando Dobra, who recently signed his first professional deal with the Club, could also be in action with Albania U19s as they face Macedonia away from home.