7 uncapped Scotland players who could be included in Steve Clarke's squad for international triple-header

Seven players who could find themselves called up for the upcoming international triple-header

DUNDEE, SCOTLAND - MARCH 07: David Turnbull in action for Celtic during a Scottish Premiership match between Dundee United and Celtic at Tannadice Park, on March 07, 2021, in Dundee, Scotland.(Photo by Craig Foy / SNS Group)

Steve Clarke will name his first Scotland squad in over four months on Tuesday as the national team gear up for the beginning of their Qatar 2022 World Cup qualification campaign.

While there are three big games against Austria, Israel and the Faroe Islands coming up, this squad will also be the last chance for the squad to get together before the European Championships.

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With form fluctuating for players in and out of the squad last time round, there have been calls for several uncapped players to be included this time around so Clarke can assess them in person before this summer’s tournament.

Former Celtic star and Sky Sports pundit Kris Commons believes the 19-year-old highly-rated Rangers prospect is the answer, both in the short and long term, to Scotland's right-back question.

Here are seven of those uncapped players (and one fringe player who could also find himself returning to the fold)...

The Celtic star has been in better form in 2020/21 than either of his midfield partners, Ryan Christie and Callum McGregor, who'll both likely demand spots in the starting XI for Scotland.
The former Dundee United and Hibs midfielder has been one of the stand outs in the Portuguese top flight this campaign with Farense.
Buzz around the Easter Road striker has quieted with just two goals in 2021 so far. However, he climbed off the bench to score the winner against Ross County at the weekend and may soon return to top form.
The cup-winning hero is another option at right-back if Steve Clarke wants to try and upgrade the position ahead of the Euros.
Scotland fans are eager to see the incredibly-skilled midfielder in action for the national team and if he's in Clarke's thoughts at all for the Euros, then he may get a call for this triple-header.
The striker is back among the goals in the EPL and would be a no-brainer selection if he's willing to commit his international future to Scotland. He qualifies to play for Clarke's side through a maternal grandparent.
Not uncapped, but it was not expected the centre-back would build on his three appearances when his career at Celtic fell apart, but he's been excellent in Belgium's top flight this season.

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