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Gordon Strachan hands Hull City's Shaun Maloney a Scotland recall

Hull celebrate after Shaun Maloney opens the scoring at Swansea.
Hull midfielder Shaun Maloney has been included in Gordon Strachan's squad.

Shaun Maloney has earned a Scotland recall for the World Cup qualifiers against Lithuania and Slovakia.

The Hull midfielder was left out of the squad for the opening win against Malta because of a lack of game time, but he is back in for Fulham's Kevin McDonald.

Maloney has made two EFL Cup starts and three Premier League substitute appearances this season, while McDonald was immediately back in the Fulham team after withdrawing from the squad ahead of the 5-1 victory over Malta.

"Shaun has been...

 By Uli Hesse

Teenage sensation Oliver Burke revives Scotland's success in the Bundesliga

Oliver Burke, left, impressed on his Bundesliga debut, scoring an assist in his 22-minute cameo appearance.

Exactly 68 minutes and 30 seconds were on the clock when Oliver Burke stepped onto a Bundesliga pitch for the first time. There was still no score between Burke's RB Leipzig team and visitors Borussia Dortmund.

Chances at either end had been few and far between, but once the 19-year-old Scot entered the game, this was about to change.

It took Burke a few minutes to settle in, but then he proved in one single moment that all his plaudits are deserved. When Leipzig signed the kid from Nottingham...

 By PA Sport

Chris Martin surprised to start for Scotland in mauling of Malta

The guys answer your tweets about Scotland's World Cup hopes and the football match they dream of seeing.

Chris Martin admits even he was surprised when Gordon Strachan picked him for the World Cup opener against Malta -- but he quickly focused on the task at hand to help Scotland to a 5-1 qualifying victory.

Martin was handed only his third international start and responded with his second goal when he converted Matt Ritchie's inch-perfect low cross to regain the lead eight minutes after half-time.

The 27-year-old has enjoyed a memorable week, briefly leaving the Scotland camp on Wednesday to complete...