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Scotland Women's National Team Interim Head Coach Stuart McLaren has named his squad for the upcoming EURO 2022 Qualifying matches against Cyprus and Portugal.
Celtic midfielders Lisa Robertson and Natalie Ross have been selected with Robertson aiming for her first cap and Natalie Ross looking to add to her 11 caps, the last of which she attained in 2009.
Kim Little, Chloe Arthur, Hannah Godfrey, Christie Murray and Kirsty Smith have all been ruled out through injury, meanwhile Fiona Brown, Shannon Lynn and Lana Clelland miss out due to the risk of travelling from overseas.
Claire Emslie has returned to the fray after recovering from a spell on the sidelines which ruled her out of last year's matches against Portugal and Finland.
McLaren will be joined by assistant coaches Stuart Glennie, who is a Scottish FA Performance School Coach at Hazlehead Academy, as well as former Scotland international Leanne Ross who retired from international football in 2017 having played 133 times for her national team. She has since gone on to attain her UEFA B Licence. They will be joined by Scottish FA Head of Goalkeeping Fraser Stewart who has worked with the squad over the last three years.
Both matches will be played in Cyprus, who will host Scotland in the first match on Friday 19th February at the AEK Arena in Larnaca (1pm GMT) and the Portugal match takes place at the Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, also in Larnaca, on Tuesday 23rd February (3.10pm GMT).
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