There have also been reports that players from Wednesday's opponents Czech Republic have also tested positive. Add to that Celtic pair Nir Bitton and Odsonne Edouard testing positive for the virus as well as Stuart Armstrong meaning Kieran Tierney and Ryan Christie have also been forced to self isolate.
On the domestic front there was plenty of intriguing results in the Betfred Cup on Saturday, none more so than Dundee United’s defeat to Peterhead.
Scroll down and click through for all the latest news and transfer gossip from around Scottish football.
1. Wilshere keen on Rangers move
A source close to Jack Wilshere has revealed the England international would be keen on a move to Rangers. The midfielder is a free agent after leaving West ham. There has not been any contact between the ex-Arsenal ace and the Ibrox club it is understood. Wilshere had been a target of Walter Smith in 2010. (PA) Photo: SNS Group Craig Williamson
2. Bitton OUT of Rangers game
Nir Bitton is out of the Old Firm clash with Rangers on Saturday after testing positive for coronavirus and is now isolating. It is the latest blow for Celtic who are also set to be without Ryan Christie, while Odsonne Edoaurd only returns the day before the game after testing positive for the virus while away with France 21s. (Mailsport) Photo: Alan Harvey - SNS Group / SFA
3. Kent SPFL's best
Ryan Kent is currently the best player in the SPFL. That’s the view of ex-Rangers player and coach Peter Lovenkrands. The Dane feels no one else in Scotland is doing what’s doing and has backed him to be the difference against Celtic in Saturday’s Old Firm game. (Sunday Mail) Photo: Alan Harvey - SNS Group
4. Nisbet backed for Scotland call
Jack Ross has backed Kevin Nisbet to follow Ryan Porteous and Paul McGinn into the Scotland fold. The striker has been in excellent form for Hibs, netting seven goals since joining from Dunfermline Athletic. It has led to calls for his inclusion in the international set-up. Ross revealed Steve Clarke is aware of his progress. (Evening News) Photo: Ross MacDonald - SNS Group