John Carver has provided a positive update on the fitness of Andy Robertson and Lawrence Shankland. 

The pair sparked fears among the Tartan Army when they were pictured exiting the pitch early during a training session today. 

Scotland have already lost Lewis Ferguson, Lyndon Dykes, Aaron Hickey and Nathan Patterson to injury prior to the tournament beginning on Friday - and that's why assistant head coach Carver admits they have to be extra cautious with just four days until the big Euro 2024 kick-off against Germany in Munich. 

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"Andy Robertson's fine, I just spoke to him there, it was a precaution really," Carver confirmed. 

"The ball just caught his ankle but he'll train tomorrow. He'll be fine. 

"At this stage we're going to be extra cautious but he's okay, he's fine and he's looking forward to joining in training tomorrow.

"It's never nice [to see], is it, especially with the luck we've had lately, so as soon as training was finished I popped across and had a chat with him, but he's in good form so he's fine."

On Shankland, who netted 31 times for Heart of Midlothian last season, also limping off the training field, the Scotland coach said: "Yeah, he had a little bit of a niggle from the other night and he's in that process. Obviously he played quite a bit game time in the two games that we've played, so we are just protecting him as well. 

"And everybody has got their own program coming back as you well know, so he's fine." 

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He was also quizzed on the availability of both Kenny McLean and Stuart Armstrong. 

Armstrong hasn't featured for Southampton since April 20 due to a muscle injury while McLean picked up a knock prior to the international friendly match against Finland last week.

"Kenny had a little issue before the game the other night, but again he will probably train with us tomorrow, so he's fine," Carver stated.

"We are just being a little extra cautious. Stuart will be in with the group full-time tomorrow, so that's good news as well."