Born in Oldham, qualifies through five years schooling in Scotland at Cairneyhill Primary in Fife. Son of ex-Dunfermline goalkeeper Andy Rhodes, started his career at Ipswich but has been goalscoring revelation at Huddersfield. Seven goals in seven U21 games and made senior debut off the bench in 2-1 win over Cyprus.
Born in Watford, qualifies through grandmother. Now at Brighton after 80 goals with Peterborough. Scored winner in Liechtenstein and has now won five caps under Levein.
Born in Darlington, qualifies through his grandparents, but played for England at every level except senior. First capped under George Burley in 2008. Established Premier League midfielder with West Brom, now has 19 caps and one goal.
Born in Salford, qualifies through his Glaswegian father. Started career at Old Trafford, but after series of loan spells – including Rangers – full-back has settled at Sunderland. Made Scotland debut in infamous 1-0 defeat in Prague against the Czech Republic and has become a regular under Levein, now boasting 11 caps.
Born in Dorking, qualifies through Kilmarnock-born grandfather. QPR forward also made his debut in the Euro 2012 qualifier in Prague, playing in six-man midfield, although better known for his attacking qualities. Capped impressive display in victory over Cyprus with his second goal in four Scotland appearances, having also scored against the Faroe Islands.
Born in Brighton, qualifies through his father. Defender has flourished under Paul Lambert at Norwich City and played every minute of every game in last year’s promotion-winning season. Made his only Scotland appearance so far in Carling Nations win against Wales.