Kieran Tierney should be available for selection for Arsenal’s match against Southampton next Saturday despite being left out of the squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers.

After another poor campaign, the Scotland national team can no longer qualify for Euro 2020, but they can reach the tournament if they win their play-off matches.

The former Celtic defender was not called for international duty once again as Scotland face Cyprus on Saturday before hosting Kazakhstan on Tuesday at Hampden.

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Tierney would have got some playing time with Andy Robertson out because of injury, but Steve Clarke has recalled Aberdeen’s Scott McKenna and added Steven Naismith to the squad.

The last time the 22-year-old missed international duty was because Arsenal requested for him to miss the game and not risk a set back to his hip injury, insisting his focus should have been on his club.

Everything seems to be back in working order for the full-back and he should be ready to play after the international break.