This international break will provide Rangers winger Eros Grezda with a chance to prove his worth.
So far, his time at Rangers has been disappointing. Grezda has been sparingly used but he arrived with a high reputation.
And the Albania international knows that he must impress Rangers boss Steven Gerrard with his displays for his country.
Grezda joined Rangers from Osijek this summer but has only managed to appear in two games so far.
The 23-year-old had a 13-minute cameo in the league and followed that up with 40 minutes in the cup.
But Gerrard completely omitted Grezda from his match day squad to take on Hearts last weekend.
This shows that he has not been impressing his boss in training and he has dropped down the pecking order.
With Ryan Kent and Scott Arfield impressing on the flanks, Grezda faces an uphill task of breaking into the starting line-up.
But the hard work starts over the international break and he needs to catch Gerrard’s eye for Albania.
The Albanians take on Israel in the UEFA Nations League and they play in the same league as Scotland.
All eyes will be on that game and Rangers fans will be particularly keen to find out how their summer signing does.
If he can impress, then he could earn his way back into Gerrard’s plans.