UEFA Under-21 Championship Qualifiers
Scotland v Turkey
Tynecastle Park, Edinburgh
Friday, 25 March, 7.05pm

Kazakhstan v Scotland
Almaty Ortalyk Stadion, Almaty
Tuesday, 29 March, 11am

Scot Gemmill has named his Scotland Under-21 squad for this month's double-header against Turkey and Kazakhstan.

Heart of Midlothian's Tynecastle Park hosts Turkey on Friday, 25 March (7.05pm kick-off) and the match will be covered live on BBC Scotland.

Tickets are on sale now for that one.

Scotland Supporters Club members can get free entry to this match. Tickets can be collected in person from the Hearts Ticket Office on presentation of a valid membership card in advance of the match.

If you can't visit the Ticket Office in person, you can email tickets@homplc.co.uk & send an image of your membership card in order to get a ticket.

The squad then face a trek to Kazakhstan on Tuesday, 29 March (11am kick-off, Scottish time) for a fixture that will be screened on BBC iPlayer. 

Scotland Under-21s Squad
Elliot Anderson Bristol Rovers (on loan from Newcastle Utd)
Harrison Ashby West Ham Utd
Scott Banks* Crystal Palace
Connor Barron* Aberdeen
Jack Burroughs Ross County (on loan from Coventry City)
Josh Campbell Hibernian
Tom Clayton Liverpool
Lucas De Bolle (Newcastle United)
Josh Doig Hibernian
Lewis Fiorini Lincoln City (on loan from Manchester City)
Ross Graham* Dundee Utd
Jay Henderson* St Mirren
Scott High Huddersfield Town
Nicky Hogarth* Nottingham Forest
Marc Leonard* Brighton
Sam Long Drogheda (on loan from Lincoln City)
Lewis Mayo* Partick Thistle (on loan from Rangers)
Glenn Middleton St Johnstone (on loan from Rangers)
Calvin Ramsey* Aberdeen
Zak Rudden* Dundee
Cieran Slicker Manchester City
Connor Smith* Queen's Park (on loan from Heart of Midlothian)
Stephen Welsh Celtic
Ben Williamson Raith Rovers (on loan from Rangers)
*Denotes Scottish FA JD Performance School participant