Scotland interim coach Frank Hadden has handed new caps to Glasgow hooker Scott Lawson and Borders back-row forward Kelly Brown for Sunday's international with Romania.
Both 23-year-old Lawson and 22-year-old Brown played in their impressive 38-7 triumph over the Barbarians at Pittodrie last week but caps were not awarded for that fixture.
The only change to the starting line-up from that game is the enforced switch at stand-off where Dan Parks comes in for Gordon Ross, who is sidelined through a hand injury.
Mike Blair was named at scrum-half despite concerns over his knee but Sam Pinder remains with the squad as a precaution in case Blair does not recover in time.
There are three further uncapped players on the bench - Euan Murray, his Glasgow team-mate Andrew Wilson, and Edinburgh stand-off Phil Godman.
Scotland team to play Romania at the Dinamo Stadium, Bucharest on Sunday, June 5:
C Paterson (Edinburgh); R Lamont (Glasgow), M Di Rollo (Edinburgh), A Henderson (Glasgow), S Lamont (Glasgow); D Parks (Glasgow), M Blair (Edinburgh); A Jacobsen (Edinburgh), S Lawson (Glasgow), B Douglas (Borders), S Grimes (Newcastle), S Murray (Edinburgh), K Brown (Borders); J Petrie (Glasgow, captain), A Hogg (Edinburgh).
Substitutes: D Hall (Edinburgh), E Murray (Glasgow), C Hamilton (Newcastle), A Wilson (Glasgow), G Beveridge (Glasgow), P Godman (Edinburgh), H Southwell (Edinburgh).
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