Next Friday, Scotland Under 21s will take on FYR Macedonia in an exciting clash at Tynecastle Stadium, kick-off 7.30pm.
With six games already played and four to go in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship Qualifiers, reaching next summer's finals is still possible with a victory on Friday, vital to their chances, ahead of an away fixture against Ukraine the following Tuesday.
Tickets are on sale now priced £5 and £2 for a match the players are eagerly awaiting.
John Souttar was one of five Hearts players named in the squad and, aged only 19, will be a key player as Scotland look for two victories in-a-row following the 3-1 win over Northern Ireland in March.
Playing regularly for his club, Souttar has performed well this season, starting their most recent game – a 5-1 victory over Inverness.
Speaking exclusively to the Scottish FA he said: “It’s good to be in the squad again, and it’ll be great to play in Edinburgh. Hopefully we get some good results in the next two matches.”

Ticket can be purchased in advance or supporters can pay at the gate. The squad features a number of players playing regular first-team football at their clubs and John hopes a healthy attendance can spur the team on.
John said: “I hope we can get a good crowd. The pitch is looking brilliant this season so hopefully we can get the ball down and play an attractive style.
“It’s been a mixed bag of results so far with some good and bad results. A few guys have been promoted to the ‘A’ squad which is a positive thing you can take out of it.
“I’m delighted for Calum (Paterson and Jack (Hamilton) who are in the squad for the ‘A’ game against Malta. They’ve worked hard and they deserve it.”
Click here to buy tickets for Scotland v FYR Macedonia, Friday, 2nd September 2016, kick-off 7.30pm.