Steve Clarke has freshened up his Scotland side for the World Cup qualifier against Moldova, with Rangers full-back Nathan Patterson making his first international start.
Patterson slots in on the right flank after missing the defeat to Denmark due to Covid issues, while Clarke has made other adjustments for the must-win game at Hampden.
John McGinn is back at the heart of midfield after isolating, while Lyndon Dykes starts after coming off the bench in Copenhagen in midweek. Jack Hendry and Ryan Christie also return to the starting line-up and Kevin Nisbet is the focal point in attack.
Craig Gordon is in goal, with Kieran Tierney, Grant Hanley and Hendry as a three-man defence.
Scotland captain Andy Robertson earns his 50th cap and starts at left wing-back, while Patterson is on the opposite flank.
McGinn, Billy Gilmour and Ryan Christie are in midfield, while Dykes and Nisbet are Clarke’s choice up top.
The Scotland boss has acknowledged the “must-win” nature of the game, after a 2-0 loss in midweek to top seeds Denmark effectively left the team fighting for second place in the group.