Scotland's Scott Mctominay has been sent home from the squad training in Spain with throat virus.The 24 year old midfielder will miss a match against Moldova but may return to action against Denmark at monday at their home soil.Scotland needs only one win to secure a worldcup play off place."It's disappointing to lose the player for this game, but it's a good chance for someone else to play in the team," said Scotland head coach Steve Clarke."We have good cover at centre back and in midfield." Mctominayis capped 28 times for Steve Clarke side and scored his first international goal against Israel in a thrilling 3:2 encounter.Scott Mctominay has featured both in defence and midfield position for Steve Clarke.Defender Grant Hanley (injured) and suspended attacking pair Ryan Christie and Lyndon Dykes will also miss Friday's game.Mctominay has been in immense for Manchester United this season where he has established himself as a first team starter.
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