Jack Hendry starts in defence for Scotland in the Euro 2024 qualifier against Norway in Oslo.
The Club Brugge central defender replaces Grant Hanley in the only change to the Scotland side from the team that defeated Spain in March.
Steve Clarke has stuckj with a settled line-up for one of the most difficult fixtures in the qualifying schedule, against a Norway side that boast Manchester City start Erling Haaland in its ranks.
Angus Gunn earns his third cap in goal and plays behind a three-man central defence of Kieran Tierney, Jack Hendry and Ryan Porteous.
Captain Andy Robertson and Aaron Hickey are in the wing-back positions, with Callum McGregor, John McGinn and Scott McTominay in midfield.
Ryan Christie plays in an advanced role off striker Lyndon Dykes.
Haaland and Arsenal star Martin Odegaard are included in a strong Norway side.
Scotland currently top qualifying group A after victories against Cyprus and Spain. Norway have only one point to their name after trips to Spain and Georgia.