Aberdeen’s Mikey Devlin and Gary Mackay-Steven have been called up to the Scotland squad for tomorrow’s friendly against Portugal at Hampden.
Centre-back Devlin and winger Mackay-Steven have been drafted in by boss Alex McLeish following the disappointing 2-1 UEFA Nations League loss to Israel in Haifa on Thursday.
Devlin has never played for the national team, while Mackay-Steven’s only appearance came against the USA in 2013.
The pair join Dons team-mates Scott McKenna and Graeme Shinnie in McLeish’s squad.
Celtic’s Ryan Christie, an ex-Reds loanee, has also joined up with the Dark Blues, while Charlie Mulgrew, Kieran Tierney, John Souttar and Robert Snodgrass have been released back to their clubs.