Hutton, Caldwell, Webster, Mulgrew
Burke, Naismith, Commons
Gunter, Williams, Collins, Davies
Ramsey, Vaughan, Ledley
Collison, Bellamy, Bale
Gordan Strachan’s first competitive squad has seen four withdrawals on top of absences to key midfield duo Darren Fletcher and Scott Brown, but he is able to choose from a near-full strength forward line including Steven Fletcher, Jordan Rhodes and Kris Commons.
Ross McCormack (Leeds United), Danny Fox (Southampton), James Morrison (West Brom) and James Forrest (Celtic) all dropped out of the side with injury, so Barry Bannan (Aston Villa) and Stephen Whittaker (Norwich City) have been called in.
Gareth Bale looks set to start after recovering from an ankle knock he suffered in Tottenham’s 1-0 defeat to Fulham at the weekend, as the explosive star missed training on Tuesday. West Ham’s Jack Collinson and James Collins are likely to feature, as is David Vaughan of Sunderland, who was also absent from Tuesday’s training.
Strachan opted for a very attacking lineup in the recent friendly win against Estonia and is expected to follow suit here as the Scots look to get revenge for the 2-1 defeat in Cardiff last year.
Wales enjoyed the same scoreline in their last game over Austria, with Chris Coleman using an unusual set-up of Collison and Bale either side of Craig Bellamy in attack.
Liverpool’s Joe Allen and Leeds United’s Steve Morison have withdrawn from Coleman’s squad with Jermaine Easter of Millwall and Lewin Nyatanga of Bristol City coming in as replacements.