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4 September 2012

Scot called-up in to Craig Levein’s squad

Huddersfield Town defender Paul Dixon has been called up by Scotland to play in their opening two World Cup qualifiers over the international period.

The left-back is yet to appear for the senior squad, however, was previously selected in 2010 for a friendly against Czech Republic.

Dixon has earned his call-up following injuries to Danny Fox and Russell Martin.

The 25 year-old has made two appearances for the Scotland under-21s and is in Craig Levein’s senior squad to take on Serbia at home on Saturday 8 September (3pm) at Hampden Park. The former Dundee United player will then prepare for another home game on Tuesday 11 September (8pm) against FYR Macedonia at Hampden Park.

Paul Dixon has been ever present for Town this season after signing on a free transfer from Dundee United in the summer.

Joel Lynch has been withdrawn from the Wales squad after suffering an Achilles injury against Ipswich. The defender will stay with Town and receive treatment in the hope that he will be ready for Derby County on Saturday 15 September.

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