Steve Clarke has called up Andrew Considine and Paul McGinn to the Scotland squad ahead of a Nations League double header.
The national side defeated Israel 5-3 on penalties after a 0-0 draw at Hampden on Thursday to set up a Euro 2020 play-off final vs Serbia next month.
Aberdeen defender Considine and Hibernian right-back McGinn, brother of Aston Villa’s John McGinn, will now join up with the team to play Slovakia and Czech Republic after a host of players were lost to injury and coronavirus rules.
After the play-off win, it’s back to group stage action for Scotland as they take on Slovakia on Sunday and Czech Republic on Wednesday in a Hampden double header.
They currently have four points from their first two Nations League games and are on a six-game unbeaten run.
Considine’s Aberdeen team mate Ross McCrorie, who is captaining the under-21s against Czech Republic tonight, is also being tipped for a full call up.