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|Four Nations final at Anfield on 20 November.|
North Queensland Cowboys full-back Lachlan Coote is among the major names in Steve McCormack's Scotland squad for the 2016 Four Nations.
Coote is joined by team-mate Kane Linnett, plus Wigan's Lewis Tierney and Warrington's Matty Russell, who played in the Super League Grand Final.
St George Illawarra wing Euan Aitken is in, as is Huddersfield's Ryan Brierley, who can play full-back or halves.
Brierley's club team-mate Danny Brough is captain of the side.
St Helens prop Luke Douglas is also in the squad, having moved from Gold Coast Titans for 2017.
The acquisition of Coote for Scotland is a boost for McCormack, having previously called up the 2015 NRL premiership winner in 2013.
He was linked with a New South Wales State of Origin call by coach Laurie Daley who praised his form for the Cowboys.
Scotland squad: Danny Addy (Bradford Bulls), Euan Aitkin (St George Illawarra Dragons), Ryan Brierley (Huddersfield Giants), Sam Brooks (Widnes Vikings), Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants), Tyler Cassel (Wests Tigers), Lachlan Coote (North Queensland Cowboys), Luke Douglas (Gold Coast Titans), Dale Ferguson (Bradford Bulls), Ben Hellewell (London Broncos), Liam Hood (Leigh Centurions), Ben Kavanagh (Bradford Bulls), Kane Linnett (North Queensland Cowboys), Ryan Maneely (Halifax), Frankie Mariano (Castleford Tigers), Billy McConnachie (Ipswich Jets), Kieran Moran (Hull KR), Brett Phillips (Workington Town), Callum Phillips (Workington Town), Sheldon Powe-Hobbs (Northern Pride), Matthew Russell (Warrington Wolves), Lewis Tierney (Wigan Warriors), Dave Scott (Batley Bulldogs), Adam Walker (Hull KR).