Serbia vs Scotland: Lyndon Dykes wants to become hero in vital Euro 2020 play-off

Lyndon Dykes says he wants to become a hero to Scotland fans by sealing a spot at Euro 2020 with victory over Serbia in Thursday's winner-takes-all play-off, live on Sky Sports.

Scotland have not qualified for a major tournament since the 1998 World Cup, but come into this crucial game on a fine run of form.

They have put together four wins (one by penalty shoot-out) and a draw since Dykes made his debut in August and the QPR forward is keen to make himself a hero with Scotland's Tartan Army.
Former Scotland forward James McFadden was team-mates with Dykes at Queen of the South and has given him plenty of advice.

Dykes told Sky Sports: "I said when I first came in that I wanted to be a hero to the Tartan Army like 'Faddy'.

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