A total of 11 new players have been added to the squad for the Autumn by Gregor Townsend, ahead of the opening game against Tonga on 30 October. It brings in the full compliment of British and Irish Lions as well as a number of French and English based players who were previously unavailable.
The original training group was announced last week and came together earlier this week at the Oriam High Performance Centre in Edinburgh.
New additions: Stuart Hogg, Finn Russell, Chris Harris, Duhan Van Der Merwe, Rory Sutherland, Huw Jones, Sam Skinner, Matt Scott, Ewan Ashman, Adam Hastings, Josh Bayliss.
Dropping out: James Lang, Matt Currie, Cole Forbes, Jack Blain, Charlie Savala.
There is still no call up for in form Edinburgh scrum half Ben Vellacott, but the overall group now has a settled a powerful look to it and more importantly, some experience has been restored.
Will it be enough to beat the Springboks and the Wallabies, or even Japan? Will we get to see a full strength first XV run out?
Complete Scotland Squad:
Ewan Ashman – Sale Sharks
Josh Bayliss – Bath Rugby
Jamie Bhatti – Glasgow Warriors
Fraser Brown – Glasgow Warriors
Luke Crosbie – Edinburgh Rugby
Rory Darge – Glasgow Warriors
Matt Fagerson – Glasgow Warriors
Zander Fagerson – Glasgow Warriors
Grant Gilchrist – Edinburgh Rugby
Nick Haining – Edinburgh Rugby
Rob Harley – Glasgow Warriors
Jamie Hodgson – Edinburgh Rugby
Oli Kebble – Glasgow Warriors
Murray McCallum – Glasgow Warriors
Stuart McInally – Edinburgh Rugby
Dylan Richardson – Cell C Sharks
Jamie Ritchie – Edinburgh Rugby
Sam Skinner – Exeter Chiefs
Pierre Schoeman – Edinburgh Rugby
Rory Sutherland – Worcester Warriors
Marshall Sykes – Edinburgh Rugby
George Turner – Glasgow Warriors
Hamish Watson – Edinburgh Rugby
Mark Bennett – Edinburgh Rugby
Darcy Graham – Edinburgh Rugby
Jamie Dobie – Glasgow Warriors
Chris Harris – Gloucester Rugby
Adam Hastings – Gloucester Rugby
Stuart Hogg – Exeter Chiefs
George Horne – Glasgow Warriors
Damien Hoyland – Edinburgh Rugby
Sam Johnson – Glasgow Warriors
Huw Jones – Harlequins
Blair Kinghorn – Edinburgh Rugby
Duhan van de Merwe – Worcester Warriors
Rufus McLean – Glasgow Warriors
Ali Price – Glasgow Warriors
Finn Russell – Racing 92
Matt Scott – Leicester Tigers
Kyle Steyn – Glasgow Warriors
Ross Thompson – Glasgow Warriors
Sione Tuipulotu – Glasgow Warriors