Scotland will look to get their Euro 2016 qualifying programme back on track when they face Poland at Hampden tonight.
Back-to-back defeats by Georgia and Germany last month have left Gordon Strachan's side with only an outside chance of reaching the finals next summer.
The Scots need at least four points from their last two qualifiers to have any chance of overhauling the Republic of Ireland and making the play-offs, but they come up against a Polish side eager to secure their place in France.
Rovers defender Grant Hanley is expected to start in defence for Scotland, with fellow Ewood team-mate Jordan Rhodes only likely to be on the bench despite scoring seven goals in his last five games.
Scotland end their qualifying campaign on Sunday away to Gibraltar.