Scotland interim manager Malky Mackay has named a much-changed squad for the friendly against the Netherlands.
The Scots take on the Dutch at Pittodrie a week on Thursday in the first match of the post-Gordon Strachan era.
Mackay has chosen to freshen things up against Holland, with Dons trio Graeme Shinnie, Kenny McLean and on-loan Ryan Christie all included.
Also given the nod by Mackay are former Hibs frontman Jason Cummings, now at Nottingham Fiorest, Easter Road defender Paul Hanlon and midfielder Ryan Jack of Rangers.
Embarrassingly, Scotland and Celtic captain Scott Brown’s name was left off the initial list Tweeted out by the SFA but included in later versions.
Squad: Archer (Millwall), Gordon (Celtic), Marshall (Hull); Berra (Hearts), Cooper (Leeds), Hanlon (Hibs), Mulgrew (Blackburn), Paterson (Cardiff), Robertson (Liverpool), Tierney (Celtic); Armstrong (Celtic), Brown (Celtic), Fletcher (Stoke), Forrest (Celtic), Fraser (Bournemouth), Jack (Rangers), McGinn (Hibs), McGregor (Celtic), McLean (Aberdeen), Phillips (West Brom), Shinnie (Aberdeen), Christie (Aberdeen, on loan from Celtic); Cummings (Nottingham Forest), Griffiths (Celtic).