Norwich City players Angus Gunn, Grant Hanley and Kenny McLean have been called up by Scotland for their Euro 2024 qualifiers against Spain and Cyprus.

Gunn is called up for the first time after confirming his allegiance switch following Sunday’s 1-0 defeat to Sunderland, while Hanley and McLean will look to add to their 46 and 32 caps respectively.

The first of the qualifiers takes place on Saturday March 25 against Cyprus, before the Tartan Army welcome Spain to Hampden Park three days later.

Speaking about Gunn's switch to represent Scotland after playing for England's under-21s, manager Steve Clarke said: "I heard through a third party that Angus was interested in playing international football.

"When I heard that, I met him in Norwich, had a good conversation. I didn't have to persuade him too much, because he felt as though his best chance of getting international football was to play for Scotland.

"Obviously his dad (Former City keeper Bryan) is a Scottish international, so it all worked out quite well."

Former Norwich loanee Billy Gilmour also makes the squad, having joined Brighton from Chelsea last summer.

Current City winger Onel Hernandez has not been included in Cuba's squad for their games against Barbados and Guadeloupe, having been withdrawn due to injury this weekend.

Marcelino Nunez, who started that defeat before being withdrawn in the second half, has been selected for Chile's friendly against Paraguay.

Talismanic Canaries striker Teemu Pukki has also been selected for his country, and will join up with Finland for their games against Denmark and Northern Ireland after Saturday's Championship meeting with Stoke.