Three Boro players featured for their nations last night on a busy night of international football. Here's how they got on...
Darren Randolph and the Republic of Ireland preserved their unbeaten start to their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a draw against Switzerland.
Fabian Schar gave Switzerland the upperhand when he struck with just over 15 minutes remaining, but Sheffield United striker David McGoldrick notched his first goal for the Republic of Ireland to earn a crucial point as they continue to lead the way in Group D.
George Saville got an hour under his belt for Northern Ireland, while Paddy McNair was an unused substitute, as Michael O'Neill's side defeated Luxembourg in a friendly.
An own goal from Kevin Malget in the first half was all that separated the two sides at Windsor Park, which will be the venue for Northern Ireland on Monday when they take on Germany in a Euro 2020 qualifier.
Paddy Reading started for Scotland Under-21s, who kicked off their Euro U21 qualifying campaign by beating San Marino 2-0.
An own goal and Glenn Middleton's strike in the first half sealed the points for the young Scotland side.
Elsewhere, Marcus Tavernier was left on the bench for England U20s, who played out a stalemate against the Netherlands.
Rudy Gestede and Nathan Wood could be involved for Benin and England U18s, respectively, tonight. Benin face Ivory Coast in a friendly and the Young Lions take on Australia.