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But as they entertain Wales at Burnbrae – who lost 19-0 against England in their opening match – a total of seven changes has been made by Findlay.
There a places in the starting XV for hooker Lindsey Smith and prop Beth Dickens after starting the last match on the bench as well as Charlotte Veale in the back row after making her international debut as a replacement in France.
Jemma Forsyth is looking to follow in Veale’s footsteps as she takes her place among the replacements, looking to make her Scotland debut.
Lindsay Wheeler moves to lock while Annabel Sergeant comes in at centre and Stephanie Johnstone takes her place on the right wing.
And Findlay admits she is looking for a marked improvement from her player’s after the thrashing handed to them by France.
“The France result was disappointing in that it took until half time for the players to realise that, as a team, they're capable of doing much better, especially defensively,” she said.
“They proved that in the second half by going out and not conceding a point for 25 minutes.
“Now they realise the speed of the game and that the intensity of rugby at international level means a clinical environment, that mistakes are costly and that, against a side like France were on the night, that every aspect of each individual's performance counts.
“This weekend we are looking to give some other players an opportunity.
“We have to use the next two seasons to find out about this group of players who want to be in the mix in the lead-up to 2014.
“In the pack some new faces such as Lindsey Smith, for example, are really working hard; that showed in their performance and they deserve the chance to start this weekend.
“It's going to be another tough test, seeing how well Wales did against England last weekend.
“The players know what needs to be done - it's now down to the doing.”
15 - Caroline Collie (OA Saints)
14 - Stephanie Johnston (Hillhead / Jordanhill)
13 - Annabel Sergeant (Dundee University)
12 - Lisa Martin (Murrayfield Wanderers)
11 - Katy Green (Murrayfield Wanderers)
10 - Tanya Griffith (RHC Cougars)
9 - Louise Dalgliesh (RHC Cougars)
1 - Heather Lockhart (Hillhead / Jordanhill)
2 - Lindsey Smith (Hillhead / Jordanhill)
3 - Beth Dickens (Murrayfield Wanderers)
4 - Katherine Muir (RAF)
5 - Lindsay Wheeler (Darlington Mowden Sharks)
6 - Charlotte Veale (Wasps)
7 - Ruth Slaven (Murrayfield Wanderers)
8 - Susie Brown (Richmond)
16 - Alison MacDonald (RHC Cougars)
17 - Tracey Balmer (Worcester)
18 - Anna Swan (Edinburgh University)
19 - Rosalind Murphy (Edinburgh University)
20 - Jemma Forsyth (Hillhead / Jordanhill)
21 - Victoria Blakebrough (Richmond)
22 - Lauren Harris (Aberdeenshire Quines)