The Scottish FA confirmed on their official website earlier today that Leeds United duo Liam Cooper and Liam Bridcutt have been called up for upcoming friendlies against the Czech Republic and Denmark.
Gordon Strachan's men face two tough challenges later this month, and with no European Championships for them this summer, Scotland will be taking this opportunity to try some different things and give different players a chance to impress.
With two different squads named for the two games, players like Nottingham Forest's Oliver Burke and Hibernian's John McGinn have a real chance to shine, and two Leeds United players will also want to seize their opportunity.
Defender Liam Cooper was born in Hull but made six appearances for Scotland at youth level, whilst midfielder Liam Bridcutt - born in Reading - has one senior Scotland cap to his name, having qualified through his grandfather.
Now, both players have been named in the full Scotland squad to take on the Czech Republic and Denmark, and Leeds fans have been discussing their call-ups on Twitter today, with much of the focus on Cooper.
There seemed to be a split over whether Cooper deserved the call-up, with some suggesting that the centre back has been one of Leeds' top performers this season, whilst others mocked Scotland for calling him up, claiming it was a sign of their woes in defence.
Others made jokes about the fact that neither Cooper nor Bridcutt are actually from Scotland, but wished them the best as they attempt to make an impression on the international stage...
I see Liam Cooper has a Scotland call up, well deserved #lufc— Tom Wilkinson (@tomwilko95) March 10, 2016
Absolutely buzzin that Bain and Liam Cooper are in the Scotland squad— Ryan Kinnear (@TikiTakaDee) March 10, 2016
Do you think Cooper and Bridcutt deserve international call-ups?