QPR striker Lyndon Dykes says Scotland’s tie with Serbia next month is going to be ‘massive’ for the country.
The forward has stated life in navy blue in brilliant fashion, scoring twice with one assist in five appearances. His latest contribution was a lay-off for Ryan Fraser as Scotland beat Czech Republic 1-0 in Nations League action.
During the first match of this international break though, Dykes helped Scotland win their Euro 2020 play-off semi-final with Israel. A perfect penalty shootout tied up a date with destiny in November.
Steve Clarke’s side will now travel to Serbia next month to contest a Euro 2020 play-off final for a chance to go to next summer’s major tournament. Dykes says Scotland have to keep building momentum ahead of this crunch clash.
“It couldn’t have went any better in the last three games,” said Dykes (Scotland NT). “The momentum is there, the boys are enjoying it. Personally it’s been really good.
“The manager is getting his point across and the players are taking it in. You can see on the pitch that we are getting the results.
“You can’t complain with them recently. It’s going to be massive for the country. Everyone will be excited for that Serbia game. We just need to keep that momentum going and back ourselves.”