Bulagrian full-back Radostin Kishishev will play against the Czech Republic in Sofia in a World Cup qualifier, while midfielder Claus Jensen, who played for Denmark in a 2-0 win over the Faroe

Islands last week, has again been selected for the squad to face Iceland in Reykjavik.

Striker Jonatan Johansson, who missed a recent friendly for Finland due to a hamstring injury, is named in the squad to play a World Cup qualifier against Albania in Helsinki.

Goalkeeper Dean Kiely and captain Mark Kinsella are both in the Eire squad to face Holland in Amsterdam, John Robinson will play for Wales against Belarus in their World Cup qualifier, while Iranian Karin Bagheri travels to Vienna to play in a friendly against Austria.

And to cap a great week, Scott Parker has been chosen for the England U21 squad to play Georgia in a friendly at Middlesbrough tomorrow.

Due to the Southampton not taking up their full allocation, there are approximately 1,000 seats available in the Jimmy Seed Stand for next Wednesday's (September 6) game at The Valley. They are now on general sale at £20 adults, £15 seniors and £10 for U16s from the ticket office. Call 020 8333 4010.

Tickets for the away game at Derby County on Sunday, September 10, go on sale tomorrow. Charlton have 3,000 tickets, costing £19 for adults and £10 concessions, also being screened live by Sky TV.

PROMISING youngsters Alex Martin, 17, and 16 yera-old Michael Turner are set to link up with Inter Milan. The players flew out to Milan on

Sunday to be shown around the club - including Inter's San Siro stadium - to discuss staying with the Italians for the next 12 months.

The ramifications of Charlton's magnificent U14 Milk Cup triumph are also being recognised at national level with two members of the side which won youth football's premier competition - Stacy Long and Osei Sankofa - being selected to attend an England U15 development course at Lilleshall from tomorrow until Saturday inclusive.

THE red card given to defender Chris Powell in the match against Vicenza has been downgraded to a caution after FA officials viewed video evidence. Powell will not now face a suspension.