New Scotland assistant coach Andy Robinson is relishing the chance to get back into international rugby this summer.
The Edinburgh coach will take charge of Scotland’s forwards on the tour of Argentina after replacing George Graham.
Sean Lineen, Glasgow’s coach, will oversee the backs in place of Alain Tait as Frank Hadden seeks to add fresh impetus to the Scotland scene after a disappointing RBS 6 Nations.
Robinson admits he has missed the thrill of Test rugby having played for and coached England and the Lions at the highest level.
He said: “Frank has asked Sean and myself to come on tour and I am delighted to do that.
“I have always loved international rugby as a player and I adored it as a coach. The whole experience is phenomenal - everything from the build-up during the week to waking up on the morning of the match realising the challenge ahead.
“I thoroughly enjoy seeing two top sides going head to head. I will give everything to help Scotland win both Tests.”