Rangers full-back Nathan Patterson and Leeds winger Liam McCarron have been called up to the Scotland U21 squad.
The U19 internationals have been promoted into Scot Gemmill’s U21 set-up ahead of the European Qualifier against Lithuania in Vilnius on September 8.
Patterson, 18, came off the bench in Rangers’ Europa League defeat by Bayer Leverkusen this month to make his second appearance for the club.
McCarron, 19, made 20 first-team appearances for Carlisle before signing for Leeds last summer but is yet to feature for the Premier League newcomers.
Midfielder David Turnbull and his former Motherwell team-mate, James Scott, who is now with Hull, are both back in the squad following injury.
Defender George Johnston, fresh from making his Feyenoord debut, and Stade de Reims striker Fraser Hornby, are also included.
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