Scotland have made just one forced change to their 23-man Six Nations squad following their home defeat to England last weekend.
Duncan Taylor will now replace Matt Scott in the starting line-up after the latter injured a quadricep during training, meaning Sean Lamont will come into the vacant bench slot.
All three Border region players in the 23-man squad, Greig Laidlaw, Stuart Hogg and Ross Ford, played huge roles in the opening game, but still fell short against a newly resurgent England.
Alex Dunbar, from Dumfries, has again missed out on selection this week.
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Millions of pounds has been raised to transform the birthplace of Peter Pan from a derelict building, into a major tourist attraction.
Moat Brae House, in Dumfries, was where J M Barrie played as a child, at the nearby Dumfries Academy in the 1870s:
A 55-year-old man has died following a traffic collision on the A75 yesterday.
The man was driving a Vauxhall Corsa with a 25-year-old passenger, who was uninjured.
The car collided with a Vauxhall Movano van, being driven by a 46-year-old from Dumfries, who was taken by ambulance to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary with leg injuries.
Councillors are being urged to reject proposals that could see Dumfries and Galloway Council save nearly £20m.
Council leader Ronnie Nicholson says the authority should delay setting its 2016/17 budget today to allow more time for looking at alternative options that would help deal with the impact of the Scottish Government's funding offer.
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