Dixon only on standby for senior squad
Huddersfield Town defender Murray Wallace has been called up to the Scottish under-21 squad for two upcoming international friendlies.
The former Falkirk centre back – who has one previous cap at under-21 level – will travel with his Scottish teammates to the Marbella Football Centre in Spain to take part in two fixtures; against the USA on 12 October and Canada on 15 October.
The 19 year-old’s previous appearance at this level came in August, when Billy Stark’s side lost 1-0 at home to their Belgian counterparts in another international friendly.
Murray is yet to make his first team debut for the Terriers, but he has been a regular in Senior Professional Development Coach Steve Eyre’s under-21 side so far this season and has been an unused substitute for Simon Grayson’s First Team in the last two matches.
Meanwhile, Paul Dixon is on standby for Craig Levein’s senior squad for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers at Wales on 12 October and at Belgium on 16 October. The left back starred in Scotland’s opening two qualifiers – his first two caps at that level.
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