Craig Bryson handed start for Scotland against Norway in Molde
The Derby midfielder has been handed his second cap for his country.
Derby County midfielder Craig Bryson has been named in Scotland's starting line up for the friendly with Norway.
The 27-year-old will play in midfield in Molde alongside Ikechi Anya, Charlie Adam and Scott Brown.
Bryson's only previous cap came against the Faroe Islands at Pittodrie in November 2010 when the player was with Kilmarnock.
Having scored six goals in 17 appearances for the Championship side, the East Kilbride-born man has become a fans' favourite at Pride Park.
Bryson is one of five changes to Gordon Strachan's side from the team which started the 0-0 draw with USA on Friday.
David Marshall starts in goal with Alan Hutton, Steven Whittaker and Gordon Greer retaining their places in defence. Russell Martin replaces the injured Grant Hanley at centre back.
Steven Naismith will lead the attack, replacing Steven Fletcher. Adam, Anya and Bryson replace Barry Bannan, Craig Conway and Charlie Mulgrew.
Scotland team to face Norway: Marshall, Hutton, Martin, Greer, Whittaker; Adam, Brown; Anya, Snodgrass, Bryson; Naismith