Tony Watt will be out to earn his first senior honours for Scotland when they take on the Czech Republic this Thursday night.
For the Rovers striker is part of Gordon Strachan's squad that have traveled to Prague for this evening's international friendly.
Watt, who has scored two goals from ten appearances for Rovers since joining on loan from Charlton at the end of January, has previously played for Scotland from Under-19 level up to their Under-21s, but if he features tonight for his country it will be his debut senior appearance.
Also in action this Thursday evening are Wales with a friendly international against Northern Ireland.
Adam Henley will be hoping to add to his one senior cap earned back in November, when the Welsh face the Northern Irish at the Cardiff City Stadium.