Gallagher and Miller earn call-ups
By Steve Luckings
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The call-up marks both players' impressive form at their respective clubs which has obviously caught the eye of national boss Berti Vogts.
Vogts made a number of surprise inclusions in his squad for the friendly on February 18.
The German named the uncapped 19-year-old Gallagher, Miller, Wigan's Gary Teale and Reading defender Graeme Murty in his 22-man party.
Striker Gallagher has been a shining light in Rovers' disappointing season as he has managed to force his way in ahead of the likes of established performers such as Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole and Matt Jansen.
Midfielder Miller has also performed admirably for Town in Division One, notching seven goals in his 24 appearances.
Hibernian defender Gary Caldwell was also included along with Sunderland striker Kevin Kyle.
It is a clear indication of Vogts' intention to blood Scotland's next crop of stars to carry the team to greater things, after they lost out on a Euro 2004 qualification after a play-off defeat to Holland.
Neil Alexander (Cardiff), Rab Douglas (Celtic), Paul Gallacher (Dundee Utd), Gary Caldwell (Hibernian), Steve Caldwell (Newcastle), Christian Dailly (West Ham), Jackie McNamara (Celtic), Paul Ritchie (Walsall), Graeme Murty (Reading), Stephen Pressley (Hearts), Andy Webster (Hearts), Colin Cameron (Wolves), Darren Fletcher (Man Utd), Tommy Miller (Ipswich), Gary Naysmith (Everton), Stephen Pearson (Celtic), Gary Teale (Wigan), Stevie Crawford (Dunfermline), Paul Dickov (Leicester), Paul Gallagher (Blackburn), Kevin Kyle (Sunderland), James McFadden (Everton), Kenny Miller (Wolves)