Here's how they'd line up as a starting eleven...
In goal would be summer signing Gunnar Nielsen, playing for the Faroe Islands under 21 side, away in Italy on Friday 7th September before a home match against Greece on Wednesday 12th.
At right back is Tony Kane, the Belfast-born defender has been called up for the Northern Ireland senior squad for their Euro 2008 qualifiers away in Latvia on September 8th and Iceland on the 12th.
The centre halves would be Eddie Nolan and Andre Ooijer. Irishman Nolan is in the under 21 squad for their championship qualifying match against Portugal in Cork, whilst Dutchman Ooijer is back in the Holland squad for their home match against Bulgaria followed by an away trip to face Albania.
Completing the back four would be left back Martin Olsson, the young Swede made his senior bow for Rovers in their UEFA Cup win over MyPa last Thursday, his reward is a call up to the Swedish under 21 squad for their games against Latvia (away) and Germany (home).
Holding the fort in midfield has to be Aaron Mokoena, the defensive midfielder has an African Cup of Nations qualifier against Zambia on Sunday, before a home friendly against Uruguay.
Attacking from the right side of midfield would be David Bentley. He of course has been called up by England for their Wembley qualifiers against Israel and Russia on Saturday 8th and Wednesday 12th respectively.
Surging forward from the left is Morten Gamst Pedersen. The Rovers winger is off to Moldova representing Norway on Saturday, before a second qualifier against Greece in Oslo the following Wednesday.
Back in the international fold, and dropping just off the front two would be fans favourite Benni McCarthy. The Rovers striker, who bagged his first Premier League goal of the season in the 1-0 win over Manchester City, travels to Johannesburg for South Africa's qualifier against Zambia followed by the friendly against Uruguay.
Leading the line up front and with possibly the furthest to travel would be summer signing Roque Santa Cruz. His Paraguay team have two international friendlies away from home, the first against Venezuela on September 8th, the second El Salvador on Wednesday 12th.
Last, but by no means least is local hero Matt Derbyshire. Fresh from scoring on his first start for England's under 21s last month, the Rovers striker will be hoping to maintain his excellent goals to games ratio when the under 21s have two away qualifying matches, Montenegro on Friday September 7th before a trip to Bulgaria for the game on Tuesday.
Not a bad eleven I'm sure you'd agree. Just don't injured.