Word on the Tweet: Ashley Cole & Hazard look forward to international duty while Gibson receives injury boost

The Chelsea duo remain focused on the task in hand of representing their respective countries while Felix Baumgartner's antics have caught the attention of Twitter
With the international break still underway attention turned to Tuesday's games, while others seemed content to utilise their break and watch the barely believable feats of space jumper Felix Baumgartner.

Elsewhere, Joey Barton starts to get to grips with the slower pace of life in France, Edwin van der Saar steps up his training for the New York marathon and Michael Owen continues his hate campaign against 'The X Factor'.

"Poland bound, #eng hope everyone has a good day, "
Finally learning how to tweet responsibly, for the time being at least, Ashley Cole heads to Poland hoping to win his 99th England cap.

"Tomorrow big game. Belgium-Scotland."
Chelsea winger Eden Hazard (pictured right) remains focused on the task in hand this week while on international duty.

"Felix Baumgartner is a boss"
USA international and AZ Alkmaar striker Jozy Altidore expresses the words on everyone's lips.

"That guy who did that freefall jump is 100% loco"
Bolton forward Marvin Sordell responds to Felix Baumgartner's space jump.

"7 years ago I made my debut . I want to thanks everyone involved at some point in this period #7septembro #gremio #liverpool"
Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva thanks everyone that has supported him after a difficult year or so through injury for his development since making his professional debut back in 2005.

"My timeline is jammed with annoyed X Factor viewers. Serves you right for watching such tripe!"
Stoke striker Michael Owen is not a fan of reality TV apparently. Or singing. Or fun.

"Don't start training till 5pm today. Continental bliss. Just sitting in the sun listening to some tunes watching the world go by"
Marseille midfielder Joey Barton (pictured left) is enjoying settling down to life in France after joining the club from QPR.

"Boom 29.5K done in 2h52m33 in preparation for #marathon NY2012!! Hard work is almost over now and getting in the groove for serious running! "
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Saar hasn't quit keeping fit just yet it seems.

"Good weekend back in Glasgow needed a few nights out. Time to pack the car and head back down to Brum! Longest drive ever."
Looks as if West Brom's Graham Dorrans has been enjoying the international break a little to much the past couple of weeks.

"Scan went well 2day #buzzin :)"
Everton midfielder and Republic of Ireland international Darron Gibson continues his comeback from a groin injury with some good news on his progress.