Scotland manager Steve Clarke has announced his squad for the nation's opening two Euros qualifiers against Cyprus and Spain, with both matches to be played at home at Hampden Park.
The Scots will be hoping to secure a second successive outing at the European Championships after participating in the last finals back in 2021, but have been drawn in a tough-looking group alongside Spain, Norway, Georgia and Cyprus.
Manager Clarke has sprung few surprises in his latest selection, declaring the importance of consistency and familiarity in personnel in the camp, but there is notably a new face to provide competition in goal.
Following the double leg break suffered by Scotland stalwart Craig Gordon for Hearts in December, Clarke has convinced former England Under 21s cap Angus Gunn to switch allegiances to stake a claim for the number one jersey for the Scots.
Gunn, 27, has enjoyed a strong season for Norwich City in the Championship this campaign, and will follow in the footsteps of his father Bryan by representing Scotland at international level, with Gunn Sr having made six international appearances for the Scots in the early 1990s.
Blackburn Rovers central defender Dominic Hyam has also been handed his maiden call-up to represent the country of his birth, with Club Brugge centre-back Jack Hendry forced to pull out through injury.
To Win Group A - 12/1
Group Top 2 Yes/No:
Yes - 13/8
No - 4/9
Scotland begin their Euros qualifying campaign at home to Cyprus at Hampden Park at 2pm on Saturday 25th March. The latest odds for this match are as follows:
Scotland - 1/4
Draw - 9/2
Cyprus - 12/1
Odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.