Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack pulls out of Scotland squad with calf injury

Ryan Jack has withdrawn from the Scotland squad ahead of the opening World Cup qualifiers.

The Rangers midfielder has not played for a month because of a calf problem and pulled out on Monday evening after the squad's first training session.

There were no other injury concerns ahead of Thursday's clash against Austria at Hampden.

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Coach Steven Reid said: "We had a small group to train with, got most of the players out on the pitch for a really light session. A few players did a bit extra."

Ryan Jack was assessed and sent home from Scotland's training ahead of Thursday's match with Austria. The midfielder has been missing for Rangers since last month with a calf injury. (Photo by Alan Harvey / SNS Group)
Ryan Jack was assessed and sent home from Scotland's training ahead of Thursday's match with Austria. The midfielder has been missing for Rangers since last month with a calf injury. (Photo by Alan Harvey / SNS Group)

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