Aberdeen’s Ryan Christie, Graeme Shinnie and Kenny McLean could be named in interim boss Malky Mackay’s Scotland squad today.
Mackay will take charge of the national side for the friendly against the Netherlands at Pittodrie on November 9, with the squad expected to be announced around 12.30pm.
Several new faces are expected to be named with Rangers’ Ryan Jack also likely to be included as well as a host of Celtic players.
That includes captain Scott Brown, who was thought to be considering his position after Gordon Strachan’s exit.
Brown reversed his decision to retire from international football during the unsuccessful World Cup qualifying campaign that ultimately cost Strachan his job, and now seems likely to continue making himself available for selection.
Rangers midfielder Jack moved to Rangers from Aberdeen in the summer
Former Rangers manager Dick Advocaat, who took the Netherlands national job in May, midway through the unsuccessful qualification campaign, will also name his squad this week for the friendly, likely to be his last in charge.
Bayern Munich’s Arjen Robben retired from the national side at the end of the campaign.
However, Advocaat is expected to confirm a squad that will feature the likes of former Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk of Southampton, Everton’s Davy Klaassen, Liverpool’s Georginio Wijnaldum and World Cup runner-up and Champions League winner Wesley Sneijder.