Seven Rangers stars have been named in the Scotland Women’s National Team for their final Euro 2022 qualifiers against Cyprus and Portugal later this month.

The Gers star will join their team-mates for the double-header in Larnaca, Cyprus on February 19 and 23 as the Scots finish off their unsuccessful qualifying campaign under interim head coach Stuart McLaren.

Goalkeeping duo Megan Cunningham and Jenna Fife join defensive pair Nicola Docherty and Rachel McLauchlan, midfielder Sam Kerr and strikers Zoe Ness and Lizzie Arnot in McLaren’s first squad since replacing Shelly Kerr.

Scotland have already been eliminated from qualifying so the final two games are nothing more than dead rubbers – but will be a good chance for the interim coaching staff to prove their credentials.

The Gers women have been in fantastic form this season and are currently sitting top of SWPL1 after thrashing Glasgow City 5-0 just before the season was halted.

Scotland v Brazil - Women's International Friendly
Tamires Britto of Brazil and Lizzie Arnot in action during the international friendly match between Brazil and Scotland  (Photo by Jose Breton/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

With Women’s football likely to remain suspended at club level for another few weeks at least, it will be a good chance for the Gers stars to get some minutes in their legs ahead of their return for Rangers.

Meanwhile, the Lord Advocate has confirmed the ex-administrators of Rangers have been paid over £20million in damages

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