Scotland striker Dykes ruled out of Euro 2024

Scotland striker Lyndon Dykes has been ruled out of Euro 2024 after suffering an injury in training.

Dykes was carried off on a stretcher on Friday just two weeks before Steve Clarke's side open the tournament against hosts Germany.

The Scotland national team confirmed Dykes would miss out on being part of the squad and added: "We're gutted for you, Lyndon, but know you'll be back in a Scotland shirt soon. Wishing you a speedy recovery."

Following an injury in training yesterday, Lyndon Dykes has been ruled out of the squad for UEFA EURO 2024.

Pictures emerged on social media of the QPR striker, who was preparing for Monday's friendly against Gibraltar, on the ground with an apparent knee injury before he left the field on a stretcher.

Dykes has scored nine goals across 36 internationals and has often been the focal point of Clarke's attack.