Rangers duo Ryan Jack and Jon McLaughlin have been told to “leave everything out there” when Scotland face Serbia in their Euro 2020 playoff final tomorrow.

The Scots are 90 minutes away from their first finals since 1998 and Scotland boss Steve Clarke has sent an emphatic message to his players ahead of the historic clash.

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Clarke insists that he doesn’t need to remind the players what is at stake as they look to end 22 years of disappointment for the Tartan Army.

“When you go into every game, (no regrets) is obviously a message you give, that you leave everything out there on the pitch,” told PA [Scottish Sun].

“This game, with its magnitude, means I don’t need to say that because the players understand if they come off the pitch with regrets then they will never forget that night.

“You go out there, you do your best, you do everything you can and hopefully the footballing gods give you a bit of luck, they smile on you a bit and you get the right result.”

Jack is likely to start in Belgrade tomorrow while McLaughlin will have to watch from the bench as David Marshall and Craig Gordon compete for the gloves.

The Rangers pair could join several of their team-mates in booking their place in next season’s finals – after they were delayed 12 months by the Covid pandemic.

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