There were several new names on the U21 national team for their upcoming two games later this month.
There were no major surprises among the Macedonian players, based in the domestic league, that were summoned by Igor Angelovski for the upcoming two games, first against the best foreigners in Macedonia and then a select U21 side.
Free agent Filip Pivkovski has found a new home that will see him return to his birth country of Sweden.
Jovan Kostovski and Muzafer Ejupi recorded two goals for OH Leuven and Slaven Belupo, respectively, Enis Bardhi scored on a spectacular free kick for Újpest, while Agim Ibraimi collected one assist for Maribor.
Vardar held on late to salvage a point against Rabotnichki, Sileks handed Shkendija its second loss of the season, while Shkupi exploded for five goals versus Mladost.
Aleksandar Trajkovski notched his first goal for Palermo, Daniel Mojsov compiled a goal and an assist for Adana Demirspor, Daniel Avramovski recorded an assist for OFK Beograd, while Mario Gjurovski scored directly from a free kick for Muangthong United.
Aleksandar Trajkovski managed to get on the scoresheet for Palermo, but it was in a losing effort to Alessandria.
On December 12, a select group of Macedonian players will square off against the best foreigners in the domestic league.
Agim Ibraimi added another goal for Maribor, Daniel Mojsov got on the scoresheet for Adana Demirspor, while Jovan Kostovski, Krste Velkoski, Dorian Babunski and Nikola Jakimovski collected one assist for their respective teams.
Vardar returned to their winning ways against Renova, Shkendija and Rabotnichki settled for a hard fought draw, while the same was true for Shkupi and Sileks.