Scotland keeper Allan McGregor should be fit to face Macedonia in the World Cup qualifier at Hampden on Tuesday. McGregor aggravated a groin problem in the scoreless draw with Serbia.

Asked whether Besiktas keeper McGregor would require an injection to play, boss Craig Levein said: "I don't think so and I don't think it is something that we would do, that's more for his club to undertake.

"He is an experienced player and he will know better than anybody if he is fit to play."

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