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However after slipping to two defeats Robinson has made five changes to his side for the match in Aberdeen, with scrum-half Henry Pyrgos getting his first start.
There is also a place on the bench for former England Under-20s fly-half Tom Heathcote, who was born in Inverness.
Robinson said: “We will not be among the top eight seeds for the 2015 Rugby World Cup draw, so this weekend I'm looking at giving a number of players an opportunity to put their hand up for selection for next year," Robinson said.
"This weekend we have to put together an 80 minutes performance and build on the positive parts of our games that we showed in the last 30 minutes against South Africa and the second half against New Zealand.
"International rugby is about pressure and it's important that you convert your pressure into points and when you are under pressure that you are able to absorb it as opposed to conceding points as cheaply as we have done."
Scotland team to face Tonga
15. Stuart Hogg – Glasgow Warriors
14. Sean Lamont – Glasgow Warriors
13. Max Evans – Castres
12. Matt Scott – Edinburgh
11. Tim Visser – Edinburgh
10. Greig Laidlaw – Edinburgh
9. Henry Pyrgos – Glasgow Warriors
1. Ryan Grant – Glasgow Warriors
2. Scott Lawson – London Irish
3. Euan Murray – Agen
4. Richie Gray – Sale Sharks
5. Alastair Kellock – Glasgow Warriors
6. Alasdair Strokosch – Perpignan
7. Kelly Brown – Saracens
8. David Denton – Edinburgh
16. Dougie Hall – Glasgow Warriors
17. Kyle Traynor – Bristol
18. Geoff Cross – Edinburgh
19. Grant Gilchrist – Edinburgh
20. John Barclay – Glasgow Warriors
21. Rory Lawson – Newcastle Falcons
22. Tom Heathcote – Bath
23. Nick de Luca – Edinburgh