The international break sucks for football fans, simply because we have club football taken away for two weeks while the national teams take over and we get afraid that our club players will get injured thanks to the FIFA Virus.
Manchester City will have nine players out in international duty over the next few days. England has the most Citizens in its squad (3), followed by Spain (2), Argentina (2), Belgium (1) and Nigeria (1).
To help you keep track of which Manchester City players will be in actions and which competitions they'll be playing, here's a full list of each national team, what they're playing for and when the games take place. You're welcome (smile emoji).
Who: John Stones, Raheem Sterling, Joe Hart
What: 2018 World Cup Qualifier vs Slovakia
When: September 4
Where: Trnava, Slovakia
Who: David Silva, Nolito
What: International Friendly vs Belgium, 2018 World Cup Qualifier vs Liechtenstein
When: September 1 (vs BEL), September 5 (vs LIE)
Where: Brussels, Belgium; León, Spain
Who: Nicolas Otamendi, Pablo Zabaleta
What: 2018 World Cup Qualifier vs Uruguay, Venezuela
When: September 1 (vs URU), September 6 (vs VEN)
Where: Mendoza, Argentina; Caracas, Venezuela
Who: Kevin De Bruyne
What: International Friendly vs Spain, 2018 World Cup Qualifier vs Cyprus
When: September 1 (vs ESP), September 6 (vs CYP)
Where: Brussels, Belgium; Nicosia, Cyprus
Who: Kelechi Iheanacho
What: African Cup of Nations Qualifier vs Tanzania
When: September 3
Where: Uyo, Nigeria