Scotland have met their Dutch counterparts on four previous occasions, most recently in 2009 when the Scots won, 38-18 and Findlay said: "The Netherlands fixture provides us with a great opportunity to see what some new players to the squad can do and put all the hard work the players have been doing over the summer to the test.
"Susie McKerlie-Hex has been developing as a front row forward while Lana Skeldon, who has come through the under-20 programme, is new to the squad and both are exciting prospects.
"Similarly Lisa Richie at 10 has done well during the two Scotland Series games which have provided the coaching team with opportunities to see players competing in regular higher quality matches and have enabled players to really show what they can do.
"The selected team are in no doubt that the Netherlands match will be a tough test, particularly given that Holland have had a dedicated sevens squad, now playing together for some time, who have worked hard on their skill-set and conditioning.
"So if any of those players are involved in their team selection, it's going to take us to be on our game, 1 to 22, to get a result.
"But that's exactly the kind of challenge our new squad needs."
Scotland team to face the Netherlands:
15. Stephanie Johnston (RHC)
14. Lauren Harris (Melrose)
13. Caroline Collie (OA Saints)
12. Laura Steven (Murrayfield Wanderers)
11. Sarah Dixon (Stirling County)
10. Lisa Ritchie (Carlisle)
9. Sarah Sexton (Murrayfield Wanderers)
1. Heather Lockhart (Hillhead / Jordanhill)
2. Sarah Quick (Murrayfield Wanderers)
3. Tracy Balmer (Worcester)
4. Lindsay Wheeler (Richmond)
5. Anna Swan (RHC)
6. Charlotte Veale (London Wasps)
7. Ruth Slaven (Murrayfield Wanderers)
8. Susannah Brown (Richmond) (Captain)
16. Alison Macdonald (RHC)
17. Suzanne McKerlie-Hex (Murrayfield Wanderers)
18. Jemma Forsyth (Hillhead / Jordanhill)
19. Lana Skeldon (Melrose)
20. Hollie Davidson (Edinburgh University)
21. Katy Green (Murrayfield Wanderers)
22. Megan Gaffney (Murrayfield Wanderers)