Biggar’s Emma Orr is set to make her test debut in Saturday’s 2022 TikTok Women’s Six Nations match at Cardiff Arms Park (April 2 kick-off 4.45pm) – live on BBC Two.

And she will be joined in the starting line up by fellow Borderer Lana Skeldon who is making her 50th appearance for Scotland.

Lana made her international debut against the Netherlands in 2011 and will take her place in the front row.

Head Coach Bryan Easson said: “Last week was an opportunity to test ourselves against the top team in the world and although the result didn’t go our way, we’ve learnt a lot of lessons from our opening match.

“It was brilliant to see Jade Konkel receive her 50th cap at the DAM Health Stadium and I’m delighted that Lana is also in line for her 50th appearance this Saturday. Lana is an incredibly committed individual and has been an integral part of this squad for over a decade now.

Action from Scotland v England last weekend. Picture PA WireLana Skeldon in action for Scotland

“We have a number of players unavailable for selection this week due to illness and covid, however, we have some exciting young players amongst the squad and it’s hugely important to give those players opportunities to experience test match rugby against some formidable opponents, particularly in a World Cup year.

“Emma has trained particularly well since she joined us at the start of the year and has fully deserved her place in the starting line-up this weekend. She has previously shown us her potential during her time with the Scotland 7s squad, before being selected in the extended GB Sevens training squad last year, and I'm looking forward to seeing her make her debut."

An unchanged front-row sees Lana Skeldon pack down alongside Leah Bartlett and Christine Belisle, with Emma Wassell and Sarah Bonar linking-up in the second-row.

In the back-row, captain Rachel Malcolm and Evie Gallagher are named at blindside and openside flanker respectively, while Jade Konkel continues at number 8.

Jenny Maxwell and Helen Nelson will continue to pull the strings through their half-back partnership, while Lisa Thomson partners Emma Orr in midfield.

The back-three sees Shona Campbell start at full-back, with Megan Gaffney and Rhona Lloyd again lining up on the wing.

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Borderer Chloe Rollie who scored against England is one of the players who are unavailable for selection.