Ipswich Town's Australian duo Cameron Burgess and Massimo Luongo have been called up for international duty again. 

The pair both pulled on the green and gold last month during a pair of internationals in England, which saw Burgess face the Three Lions at Wembley and Luongo take to the field against old rivals New Zealand at Brentford. 

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The latest call-up means the pair will head out for a pair of World Cup qualifiers, first against Bangladesh on Thursday, November 16, and then playing Palestine on Tuesday, November 21. 

The game with Bangladesh will be played in Melbourne, while the fixture against Palestine is being played in Kuwait. 

Ipswich Star: Nathan Broadhead has been called up for Wales againNathan Broadhead has been called up for Wales again (Image: Stephen Waller)
The call-ups come after Nathan Broadhead was again called up for Welsh international duty this break, while third keeper Cieran Slicker has been given the nod for the Scotland U21 squad once more.

Broadhead's Wales will face Armenia away on Saturday, November 18 and Turkey in Cardiff on Tuesday, November 21. Both games are EURO 24 qualifiers.