On Wednesday afternoon, five Rangers players started for Scotland U19s in a 3-1 win over Turkey. Two more were named on the bench.
It was Zak Rudden who impressed the most.
It was the first of three Elite Round qualification matches. The prize – a place in the Uefa Under-19 European Championships for only the second time ever.
Therefore, there’s no time to dwell on Wednesday’s triumph.
Next up are Cyprus, this afternoon, in a 3 pm kick-off.
#SCO19s | It's matchday two of Scotland Under-19s Elite Round as we look to build on our opening victory.
— Scotland National Team (@ScotlandNT) March 23, 2019
Matthew Shiels and Stephen Kelly were substitutes last time and will be hopeful of sneaking into the XI.
After the last result, you would imagine Head Coach, Billy Stark, won’t want to tinker with the lineup too much.
Therefore, Jordan Houston, Lewis Mayo, Glenn Middleton, Dapo Mebude and Rudden could all start again.
A win would leave Scotland in an excellent position, with one game left to play.
That’s against the host nation, Portugal, on Tuesday.