Aberdeen centre-back Scott McKenna has been named in Scotland’s starting line-up to face San Marino in today’s Euro 2020 qualifier.
McKenna retains his spot as national boss Alex McLeish makes six changes to the side humiliated 3-0 in Kazakhstan in the Group I opener on Thursday.
Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie, who made his first competitive start in the tie in Kazakhstan, drops to the bench.
Having recovered from surgery to a mouth abscess Scotland captain Andy Robertson returns to the left back role that was filled by Shinnie in the Group I opener.
In defence Stephen O’Donnell comes in at right back in place of Liam Palmer while David Bates remains at centre-back along with McKenna.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean has been brought in for John McGinn.
Now at Norwich City and pushing for promotion, McLean will make his debut in a competitive game for Scotland.
McLean will operate in midfield alongside Stuart Armstrong and Callum McGregor.
McLeish has went with an entirely new attack to face the minnows with Callum Paterson set to lead the line with former Aberdeen star Ryan Fraser and Johnny Russell on either wing.