Salford City could be without star defender Ibou Touray for two matches at the end of March.
The full-back has been rewarded for his good form this season with a provisional call-up to the Gambian national side for their Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers later this month.
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Touray, 25, could be set to miss the trip to promotion chasers Swindon Town on Tuesday March 24 and Newport County at home four days later.
The absence of Touray could cause a few headaches for City manager Graham Alexander as Salford are now without an out and out left-back in their squad.
The Scottish-born Australian youth international Cameron Burgess, on loan from fellow League Two side Scunthorpe United, has played that position before but is more naturally a centre-half.
Touray made his international debut in 2015 and has since been capped three times ahead of the upcoming double-header in which Gambia will play Gabon home and away.
Since joining in 2017, he has gone on to be a mainstay in The Ammies defence, making 110 appearances in those two and a half seasons so far.
His first game back is expected to be the EFL Trophy final where Salford have a date at Wembley against Portsmouth on Sunday April 5.