Scotland expect Scott Brown to be fit to make his international comeback at Wembley - but striker Steven Fletcher is an injury concern.

Brown, who has reversed his international retirement for Friday's World Cup qualifier against England, went off with a dead leg during Celtic's victory over Inverness on Saturday but is confident of being available for selection.

However, Fletcher picked up a knock on his knee during Sheffield Wednesday's 2-1 defeat by Ipswich and is being assessed by the Scotland medical staff.

When asked about Brown during a media open day at Mar Hall, near Glasgow, assistant manager Mark McGhee said: "He had a bit of a dead leg but I don't think there is any concern about his fitness.

"Steven Fletcher, there is a little bit of concern about him but other than that, everyone else is okay to go. The ones who trained today played on Saturday and the ones who played on Sunday will train tomorrow."

Fletcher started up front in Scotland's 3-0 defeat against Slovakia in their previous qualifier, after replacing Fulham's Chris Martin in the team.

Leigh Griffiths came off the bench in each of the last two games, against Lithuania and Slovakia, while Steven Naismith has been struggling for game time for Norwich in recent weeks.

McGhee revealed Andy Murray was expected to be among more than 13,000 Scotland fans at Wembley and he called upon the players to take inspiration from the Wimbledon champion's advancement to number one in the world tennis rankings.

The Motherwell manager said: "Even better than that, my understanding is that he is coming to the game.

"For the players to know that he is up there and for the players to replicate some sort of the achievement that he has, I think every single one of them are huge Andy Murray fans and total respect the achievement of what he has done for himself and the country.

"To emulate that in some way would be just fantastic."