ISRAEL are considering contacting UEFA to ask for a postponement of their Euro 2020 showdown with Scotland after two more of their players were told they would have to be placed in quarantine ahead of their training camp.

Scotland are due to face Israel later this month in a Hampden semi-final, but Israeli preparations have been rocked by strict restrictions due to the coronavirus.

Manager Andreas Herzog is in self-isolation and he will miss the start of his own team's training camp in Israel because Austria is one of the affected countries on Israel's list.

And now Israel's Ministry of Health have added the Netherlands to the list, which means No.1 keeper Ariel Harush and defender Eli Dasa, who both play for Dutch clubs, won't be able to join up with the squad in Israel.

The same applies to striker Shon Weissman, who plays for Wolfsberger in Austria.

And, according to reports in the country, the Israeli FA are considering approaching UEFA to ask for a postponement because they are unable to prepare properly for the Glasgow clash.

They may have to abandon their home camp and just meet up in the north of England in the build-up to the game.

Added to their problems is an injury to captain Bibras Natkho at the weekend while playing for Partizan Belgrade. Hoffenheim striker Munas Dabbur has already been ruled out through injury.