Scotland will host New Zealand in the autumn internationals today as they look for a first win over the All Blacks in their first meeting in five years.
Scotland were denied a historic win against New Zealand in their last game in 2017, while the All Blacks held on to a thrilling 22-17 win at Murrayfield.
New Zealand has been vulnerable at times this year, with Ireland, France, South Africa and Argentina all taking victories over the All Blacks last year.
Scotland were beaten by Australia in their first autumn international, but have recalled Finn Russell after last weekend’s win over Fiji.
Here’s everything you need to know.
When is Scotland vs New Zealand?
The competition starts on Sunday, November 13 at 14:15 GMT.
How can I view it?
Like all matches in the Autumn Nations Series, the match will be shown live on Amazon Prime Video, which can be accessed through a range of digital devices. If you’re not an Amazon Prime Video subscriber, get started a free 30-day trial here.
Finn Russell heads straight to the Scotland XV during the fly-half after being recalled to the Scottish squad following injury.
Russell has been given the nod to start for Blair Kinghorn at number 10. Kinghorn is again named to the bench after playing second fiddle to Hastings against Fiji last weekend.
On the other two team changes, Fraser Brown replaces the injured George Turner at hooker, while Sione Tuipulotu returns at number 12 in place of Cam Redpath, who leaves for Bath this weekend.
The All Blacks debut with Mark Telea, who was brought in as injury cover for Leicester Fainga’anuku, who for family reasons returned home for the tour opening test in Japan.
Telea played for the Blues in their build-up to the Super Rugby Pacific final and joined the All Blacks squad as cover during the home series against Ireland.
The All Blacks have made eight changes and made a change of position after beating Wales 55-23 in Cardiff last weekend.
They also brought in hooker Samisoni Taukei’aho and gag Nepo Laulala, and turned into Akira Ioane on the blindside flank and moved Shannon Frizell to the reserves.
Finlay Christie and Beauden Barrett were the halves in place of Aaron Smith and Richie Mo’unga, and centers David Havili and Anton Lienert-Brown started after being reserve for the last two tests.
Scotland: Stuart Hogg, Darcy Graham, Chris Harris, Sione Tuipulotu, Duhan van der Merwe, Finn Russell, Ali Price; Matt Fagerson, Hamish Watson, Jamie Ritchie, Grant Gilchrist, Richie Gray, Zander Fagerson, Fraser Brown, Pierre Schoeman
Replacements: Ewan Ashman, Rory Sutherland, WP Nel, Jonny Gray, Jack Dempsey, Ben White, Blair Kinghorn, Mark Bennett
New Zealand: Jordie Barrett, Mark Telea, Anton Lienert-Brown, David Havili, Caleb Clarke, Beauden Barrett, Finlay Christie; Ardie Savea, Dalton Papali’i, Akira Ioane, Scott Barrett, Sam Whitelock (Captain), Nepo Laulala, Samisoni Taukei’aho, Ethan de Groot
Reservations: Codie Taylor, George Bower, Fletcher Newell, Tupou Vaa’i, Shannon Frizell, TJ Perenara, Stephen Perofeta, Rieko Ioane