Scotland take on Denmark at Hampden Park this evening...
Scotland starting XI: Gordon, Whittaker, Greer, Hanley, Tierney; Ritchie, Brown, Fletcher, McGinn, Maloney; Griffiths.
Scotland substitutes: Bain, Caddis, Mulgrew, Anya, Forrest, Martin, Cooper, Bridcutt, Murphy, Burke
Scotland will be looking to build on an impressive friendly win over Czech Republic last week when they take on Denmark tonight.
Gordon Strachan's men may not have qualified for Euro 2016, but their 1-0 win over Czech Republic - a team who will be at the European Championships - was a great result for Scotland.
Tonight, Strachan has somewhat rotated his side, with Celtic teenager Kieran Tierney starting at left back having impressed for the Bhoys this season.
Strachan is going with Matt Ritchie and Ikechi Anya flanking Darren Fletcher and Celtic's Scott Brown in midfield, with Shaun Maloney seemingly supporting Leigh Griffiths up front.
Leeds duo Liam Cooper and Liam Bridcutt are both on the bench, alongside Nottingham Forest winger Oliver Burke, Birmingham City right back Paul Caddis and Brighton winger Jamie Murphy.
Another win tonight over a decent Denmark side would be a huge boost for Scotland ahead of the World Cup qualifiers later this year, with Strachan looking to build a side for the future.