The Reds defender suffered a hamstring injury in his country’s historic victory over Serbia on Thursday.
Andy Robertson has not been included in the Scotland squad for their Nations League encounter with Slovakia.
The Liverpool defender suffered a hamstring injury during Scotland’s dramatic penalty shootout victory over Serbia on Thursday to secure their place in next summer’s Euro Cup.
In his post-game interview, Robertson said that his hamstring seized late in the game, but that he was next in line to take a penalty, only for David Marshall to reject Aleksandar Mitrovic from 12 yards for reserve Scotland’s place in a major tournament for the first time. time since the 1998 World Cup in France.
Scotland coach Steve Clarke revealed before the game with Slovakia on Sunday that Robertson had doubts due to his hamstring injury.
“Andy Robertson is the most dubious of those who have a little question mark on them,” Clarke said.
The team that will face Slovakia in Trnava that was confirmed on Sunday afternoon did not include the Scotland captain, who was also not on the substitute list.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will monitor the situation as left-back Robertson is a key member of his team.
Klopp no longer has Virgil van Dijk, a victim of a long-term injury, who was joined in the treatment room by fellow central defender Joe Gomez, who injured his knee on international duty for England.
With Trent Alexander-Arnold and Fabinho also offside, Klopp faces the prospect of facing Leicester City after the international break without any of their first-choice defenders.
Klopp will be hopeful that Robertson was left out as a precaution, but will learn more in the coming days.
After the Nations League match with Slovakia, Scotland travels to Israel in the same competition. Klopp will hope Robertson doesn’t make the long trip to Israel for Wednesday’s game, which comes four days before the Foxes’ visit to Anfield in the Premier League.
Scotland is currently at the top of Group B2 of the Nations League with 10 points, four more than the Czech Republic, which is in second place. A win from their two remaining games would be enough to secure first place in the group.
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