Rovers have three players on duty this evening with two taking part in World Cup qualifiers.
Grant Hanley will be looking to build on his goalscoring display for Scotland when they take on Serbia in Novi Sad.
The Scots will be looking to bounce back from the 2-1 loss suffered at the hands of Wales at Hampden on Friday evening when the Rovers man scored his first international goal in his first competitive start.
Also hoping to get his first competitive start in a senior Scotland shirt is Jordan Rhodes. The forward has only ever appeared in qualifiers as a substitute, but with striker Steven Fletcher unavailable for the match against the Serbs, the 23-year-old is in line to be in the eleven from the start.
Scotland sit bottom of their group with just two points from their five games.
Karim Rekik will also be hoping to be involved for the Netherlands today. The defender is with the Dutch Under-19 squad for their friendly against Croatia in Sesvete.