2019-21 UEFA European Under-21 Championship Qualifiers
Scotland v Croatia
Thursday 12 November 2020, kick-off 3pm
Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh
Greece v Scotland
Tuesday, 17 November 2020, kick-off 4pm
Apostolos Nikolaidis, Athens
Scot Gemmill has named his squad for Scotland Under-21s European Qualifiers next month.
The youngsters face Croatia at Tynecastle before travelling to face Greece in the final two fixtures of Group 4 as they continue to push for qualification.
Scot Gemmill has named his #SCO21s squad for our @UEFAUnder21 qualifiers against Croatia and Greece.— Scotland National Team (@ScotlandNT) October 28, 2020
🗓 Croatia: Thursday 12 November, 3pm – Tynecastle Park
🗓 Greece: Tuesday 17 November, 4pm – Athens#YoungTeam pic.twitter.com/pu2P59RiY0
Following an historic victory over San Marino which came just days after a well-earned win against Czech Republic, the Under-21s find themselves just one point behind table-toppers Czech Republic but with a valuable game in hand.
Bologna defender Aaron Hickey makes the Under-21 squad for the first time having impressed in Italy this season, starting four consecutive matches in Serie A.
Rangers goalkeeper Brian Kinnear receives his first call-up to the Under-21s too, alongside on-loan teammate Kai Kennedy. Hibernian player Kyle Magennis returns to the fold.
Scotland Under-21 Squad
Robby McCrorie (Livingston)+
Ross Doohan (Ross County)++
Brian Kinnear (Rangers)
Harrison Ashby (West Ham United)
Daniel Harvie (MK Dons)
Aaron Hickey (Bologna)
Ross McCrorie (Aberdeen)+
Barry Maguire (Motherwell)
Lewis Mayo (Dunfermline Athletic)+
Ryan Porteous (Hibernian)
Tom McIntyre (Reading)
Nathan Patterson (Rangers)
George Johnston (Feyenoord)
Patrick Reading (Ayr United)
Allan Campbell (Motherwell)
Lewis Ferguson (Aberdeen)
Billy Gilmour (Chelsea)
Kai Kennedy (Inverness Caledonian Thistle)+
Glenn Middleton (Rangers)
David Turnbull (Celtic)
Conor McLennan (Aberdeen)
Fraser Hornby (Stade de Reims)
Kyle Magennis (Hibernian)
+ on loan from Rangers
++ on loan from Celtic