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Scotland have sent their best wishes to Lyndon Dykes after the QPR striker was admitted to hospital.

The 27-year-old was struggling with illness in his most recent QPR appearance on January 21.

The Sky Bet Championship club wrote on Twitter this weekend: “Stay strong Lyndon. The club are closely monitoring Lyndon after he was admitted to hospital this week. We wish our number nine a quick and safe recovery.”

The Scotland National Team Twitter account sent a similar message saying: “Wishing you a safe recovery, Lyndon.”

Dykes went off in the 58th minute of QPR’s 1-1 draw with Swansea the previous weekend.

Manager Neil Critchley said after the game: “Lyndon was sick at half-time. He wanted to continue but was obviously struggling. We didn’t want to bring him off but we had to.”

The Australian-born former Livingston striker has scored eight goals in 26 internationals for Scotland.