Lyndon Dykes a doubt for Scotland's final group game against Denmark

Scotland could be without striker Lyndon Dykes for their final World Cup qualifying Group F game against Denmark.

Lyndon Dykes has emerged as a doubt for Scotland's match against Denmark tomorrow. (Photo by Craig Foy / SNS Group)
Lyndon Dykes has emerged as a doubt for Scotland's match against Denmark tomorrow. (Photo by Craig Foy / SNS Group)

Scott McTominay is ruled out of the match after failing to recover from the illness that saw him miss Friday’s 2-0 win over Moldova.

Dykes also missed that match due to suspension but the QPR forward is now a doubt for Monday's Hampden clash with the Danes as he bids to overcome a knock and illness.

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Manager Steve Clarke said: "Scott is definitely out. Scott hasn't recovered enough from his virus.

"Lyndon didn't do very much this morning. Lyndon, I would put at 50-50."

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