Scotland prepare to meet familiar faces on international duty

Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher
With the vast majority of Scotland's squad playing their club football in England, they will be facing familiar faces when the two nations meet in Glasgow, including Manchester United's Darren Fletcher
Scotland goalkeepers Matt Gilks and David Marshall
Burnley's Matt Gilks and Cardiff City's David Marshall are two of coach Gordon Strachan's goalkeeping options, with Marshall having featured in the most recent internationals
West Bromwich Albion midfielders James Morrison and Graham Dorrans
West Bromwich Albion midfielders James Morrison and Graham Dorrans are team-mates for club and country
Barry Bannan and Adam Chambers
Crystal Palace's Barry Bannan (left, seen in action against Walsall's Adam Chambers) is a creative option for Strachan
Chris Martin, Craig Forsyth and Craig Bryson
Derby County trio forward Chris Martin, left-back Craig Forsyth and midfielder Craig Bryson have featured in recent Scotland squads
Gordon Strachan and Johnny Russell
And Strachan (left) added another Derby player, forward Johnny Russell, to his most recent squad after losing players to injury
Ipswich Town defender Christophe Berra
Ipswich Town defender Christophe Berra has won 28 Scotland caps
Sheffield Wednesday forward Stevie May
Stevie May won a summer move to Sheffield Wednesday from St Johnstone and has been included in recent Scotland squads but has yet to win his first senior cap
Everton forward Steven Naismith
Steven Naismith has been a regular starter and scorer for Strachan and took his Everton goal tally for the season to six with a goal in the recent Europa League win over Lille
Hull City players
Andy Robertson (right), joined fellow Scotland international Allan McGregor (centre) at Hull City for this season and has become the national team's first choice left-back. McGregor is currently missing due to injury
Steven Whittaker and Russell Martin
Norwich City duo Steven Whittaker and Russell Martin formed part of Scotland's defence for the recent win over Republic of Ireland