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Mozza and Dozza out for Scotland

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09:00 2nd September 2013

But Baggies have eight other first-team players away with countries

JAMES Morrison and Graham Dorrans have  been withdrawn from international duty due to injuries.

But should either's fitness improve the Baggies will be staying in touch with the Scotland camp to make them aware.

Morrison came off at half-time of yesterday’s 2-0 defeat by Swansea due to a groin problem, while Dorrans has issues with his right ankle.

The Baggies have got eight other players who have reported for international action.

Shane Long and Jonas Olsson are set to go head to head when the Republic of Ireland meet Sweden in a World Cup qualifying European Group C crunch clash in Dublin on Friday.

The Republic will also take on Austria in Vienna four days later.

Chris Brunt and Gareth McAuley have joined up with Northern Ireland for their World Cup qualifiers with Portugal in Belfast and away in Luxembourg on the same nights.

Boaz Myhill is reporting for Wales as they gear up for Group A qualifiers against Macedonia in Skopje and Serbia in Cardiff.

Diego Lugano is joining up with Uruguay for their South America section World Cup qualifiers against Peru in Lima and Colombia in Montevideo.

Youssouf Mulumbu is on duty with DR Congo for their Africa section World Cup qualifier with Togo on Sunday.

Saido Berahino is away with England Under-21s for their European Championship qualifiers against Moldova on Thursday and Finland four days later.

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