Kemar Lawrence will get an opportunity earn his 46th cap gainst Antigua and Barbuda. (Photo courtesy of MLS)

Four Red Bulls players have been called in by their respective national teams for upcoming international friendlies.

Midfielder Tyler Adams received his third consecutive call-up to the U.S. national side. Defenders Kemar Lawrence will join Jamaica and Fidel Escobar and Michael Amir Murillo have been summoned by Panama.

The players will miss Saturday’s home game against Minnesota United SC.

Adams, 19, earned his third call-up to the squad since November, having played in international friendlies against Portgual (Nov. 14)) and the January camp that culminated in a match against Bosnia and Herzegovina (Jan. 28).

The camp started Sunday with training prior to a game against Paraguay at Sahlen’s Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park in North Carolina March 27 at 8 p.m.

Escobar and Murillo join a Panama side preparing for the World Cup with an international friendly against host Denmark Thursday and at Switzerland March 27. They have combined for 39 caps and two goals and both were regulars during World Cup qualification.

Lawrence, a regular for the Reggae Boyz, will head to Jamaica for camp and home match against Antigua and Barbuda March 25. The Kingston, Jamiaca native has made 45 international apperances while recording three goals and four assists with Jamaica since his first call-up Nov. 16, 2013.