WINGER Rufus McLean will make his second Scotland start in Saturday's Autumn Nations Series match with world champions South Africa.

The 21-year-old who currently plays for Glasgow Warriors was born in Boston USA but returned to Scotland when he was a baby.

He grew up in Melrose where he played for the minis and the midis and his family still live locally.

McLean scored two tries on his hugely impressive debut against Tonga last month and is one of four changes made by Gregor Townsend following the win over Australia.

Matt Scott starts at centre and Stuart McInally and Nick Haining come into the pack, the latter a surprise inclusion in the back row instead of Watson.

Jamie Ritchie moves to openside to accommodate Haining, with Watson dropping to the bench.

Borderer Darcy Graham misses out altogether from Sunday's 15-13 victory but fellow Hawick man Stuart Hogg will captain the side in front of a sell-out crowd at BT Murrayfield.

"We'll have to raise our level of performance on Saturday against the world champions, said head coach Gregor Townsend.

"We know what to expect from the Springboks in how they play and the physicality they will bring across the team. We have selected a side that we believe can both meet that challenge and give us the platform to impose our game on the opposition.

"It should be a full-blooded contest and will require an intensity and focus across our 23-man squad for the full 80 minutes."

Scotland team

Hogg (captain), McLean, Harris, Scott, Van der Merwe, Russell, Price; Schoeman, McInally, Z Fagerson, Skinner, Gilchrist, Haining, Ritchie, M Fagerson

Replacements: Ashman, Bhatti, Kebble, Hodgson, Watson, Horne, Hastings, Kinghorn