Arnor Sigurdsson could line-up against England at Wembley next month after being named in the latest Iceland squad.

The 25-year-old missed the end of the Championship season with an ankle injury but has been included in the 23-man squad for next month’s friendlies.

Iceland face the Three Lions in the capital on Friday, June 7 before heading to Rotterdam to take on the Netherlands on Monday, June 10.

Sigurdsson already has plenty of experience on the international stage, having won 31 caps for his country to date.

The wideman scored seven goals in 34 appearances for Rovers this season since his move from CSKA Moscow, initially joining on a 12-month deal and signing a permanent contract with the club several months later.

Iceland had hoped to be part of this summer’s tournament but came up just short against Ukraine in the play-off final a couple of months ago.

Elsewhere, Dom Hyam did not make Scotland’s provisional 28-man Euro squad. The skipper earned his first senior cap last summer following a consistent run of performances at Ewood Park, coming off the bench in a 2-1 win against Norway.

Former Rovers man Grant Hanley made the cut despite his lack of game time at Norwich over the past season due to injury.

Scotland have friendlies against Gibraltar on Monday, June 3 and Finland on Friday, June 7 in preparation for the tournament in Germany.

Clarke’s side have their first tournament match against Germany on Friday, June 14 and they will also come up against Switzerland and Hungary in the group stage.

He told a press conference: “It’s much more experienced. The group I took to Euro 2020 was a bit inexperienced, especially in terms of tournament football.

“More caps, a better understanding of what to expect, more experienced and good enough to create a bit of history for Scottish football.

“They are capable, it’s a good group of players. We can be competitive in all of the matches. If we play to our ability, we could be the first team to get out the group stages.”