Fulham duo Tom Cairney and Chris Martin have been called up to the Scotland squad for their international matches later this month.
The Cottagers pair have both been called up by Scotland boss Gordon Strachan, with the Tartan Army having two matches in the next international break, a friendly against Canada on March 22 and a World Cup qualifier against Slovenia on March 26.
Cairney, who has played for Scotland U19 and U21, could make his senior debut for the Tartan Army, a fine reward for his form this season.
Martin, on the other hand, has made 10 appearances for Scotland and has scored on two occasions.
The duo are two of 11 players from teams in the Championship, with ten players in the squad from Premier League sides, eight from the Scottish Premier League and Oliver Burke, of German side RB Leipzig, also included.
Cairney scored in the 3-1 win at Newcastle United on Saturday, while Martin, who is on loan from Derby County, has scored ten league goals for the Cottagers this season.