Scotland's Griffiths and Martin start in crucial qualifier
Gordon Strachan has made two changes for the must-win match against Slovenia.
Scotland will start with Chris Martin and Leigh Griffiths in attack for the crucial World Cup qualifier against Slovenia.
A win in Ljubljana will put the national team in the play-offs as they bid to reach Russia 2018 and Gordon Strachan has opted to start with two strikers as he aims for three points.
Martin came off the bench to play a vital role in the 1-0 win against Slovakia that kept hopes alive, putting Martin Skrtel under pressure as the defender turned the ball into his own net. He will partner Griffiths, whose performances have been a key factor in Scotland turning their qualification campaign around.
Midfielder James McArthur is also drafted into the starting line-up as Strachan freshens up his side from Thursday night. James Morrison and James Forrest drop out of the side.
Craig Gordon continues in goal behind a back line of Andrew Robertson, Charlie Mulgrew, Christophe Berra and Kieran Tierney.
McArthur joins a midfield four with Darren Fletcher, Barry Bannan and Matt Phillips with Griffiths and Martin together up front.