RANGERS pair Ryan Hardie and Ross McCrorie have been included in the Scotland squad for the prestigious Toulon Tournament which kicks off on May 31.
The Scots’ first game is against the Czech Republic before they move on to play Brazil on June 3 and then Indonesia on June 6.
The duo have both spent time out on loan this season with Hardie playing for St Mirren and then Raith Rovers while McCrorie spent the second half of the campaign at Dumbarton.
The Toulon Tournament is an annual event comprising invited under-21 teams from across the globe. Beginning in 1967 with club teams, it switched to an international tournament in 1974 and has remained ever so since.
The most successful team are France, who have won it 12 times while Scotland’s group opponents Brazil are next on the list having claimed the title eight times.
The tournament was won last season by England.