sport news Scotland will be without Kieran Tierney and Scott McKenna against Ukraine trends now

sport news Scotland will be without Kieran Tierney and Scott McKenna against Ukraine trends now
sport news Scotland will be without Kieran Tierney and Scott McKenna against Ukraine trends now

sport news Scotland will be without Kieran Tierney and Scott McKenna against Ukraine trends now

Scotland are hit by a cruel double injury blow... as Premier League duo Kieran Tierney and Scott McKenna are BOTH ruled out of their crucial Nations League match against Ukraine Scotland are set to play Ukraine in the Nations League in Krakow on Tuesday Scotland need a point to gain promotion to Pool A of the Nations League  They will need to get this result without Kieran Tierney and Scott McKenna  The two defenders will both be unavailable after picking up injuries They have been replaced in the squad by Stephen Kingsley and Barrie McKay

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Scotland suffered a savage double blow on Sunday night when Kieran Tierney and Scott McKenna were ruled out of Tuesday night’s crucial Nations League clash with Ukraine.

Already missing Manchester United’s Scott McTominay through suspension, Steve Clarke moved quickly to call in Hearts duo Stephen Kingsley and Barrie McKay ahead of Monday afternoon’s flight to Krakow.

Starters in the 2-1 win over the Republic of Ireland at Hampden, the twin loss of Arsenal’s Tierney and Nottingham Forest central defender McKenna represents a setback to hopes of claiming the single point the Scots need to secure a Euro play-off and promotion to Pool A of the Nations League.

Kieran Tierney has been ruled out of Scotland's match against Ukraine on Tuesday night

Kieran Tierney has been ruled out of Scotland's match against Ukraine on Tuesday night

Scott McKenna will also have to sit out Scotland's match in Krakow due to injury

Scott McKenna will also have to sit out Scotland's match in Krakow due to injury

Victim of an innocuous clash with Irish attacker Troy Parrott, Tierney tumbled to

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