TOWN defender Murray Wallace has been named in the Scotland Under 21 squad for the friendly in Greece next Wednesday.
The 20-year-old former Falkirk player who has made three Town appearances will be hoping for a fourth cap in Korinthos.
Five-times capped at Under 20 level, former Rangers junior Wallace made his Under 21 debut in the 1-0 defeat by Belgium at Dunfermline in August.
Town left-back Paul Dixon is waiting to discover whether he is new Scotland senior manager Gordon Strachan’s first squad.
They face Estonia in a friendly in Aberdeen, Dixon’s birthplace, also next Wednesday.
The former Dundee United man has three caps so far.
Town already have midfielder Oliver Norwood in the Northern Ireland senior squad for their friendly in Malta next Wednesday.
l Town are running a supporters’ coach to the FA Youth Cup fifth-round tie at Nottingham Forest next Tuesday (7.00).
It will depart the stadium at 4.30 and the cost is £13.
Admission to the game itself at the City Ground in £3 adults and £1 concessions.
Town, who reached the Youth Cup final in 1973-74 and the semis the season after, won at Hartlepool and Stoke to make the last 16.