Scotland will find their group opponents in the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying round when the draw is made in Nyon tomorrow morning.

The Scots are in Pot C for the draw which begins at 8am and is live on and via the official Scottish FA Twitter feed.

Nine groups will be drawn in total, consisting of seven groups of six and two groups of five.

The nine group winners will qualify directly to the final tournament being held in Poland in June 2017.

The four best runners-up will qualify for the play-offs with the two winners also advancing to the finals.

The match dates for the qualifying group stage will be confirmed after the draw on the Scottish FA website.

Scotland finished third in their group in the 2015 qualification round behind Slovakia and the Netherlands.

The new-look squad played their first match together in November as they drew 1-1 in Switzerland.

They will continue their preparations for the forthcoming qualifying campaign with an away friendly against Hungary on Thursday, 26th March (venue and kick-off time to be confirmed).

Draw pots

Pot A: Spain, England, Italy, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Portugal, Netherlands, Denmark

Pot B: Russia, Switzerland, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Ukraine, Slovakia, Romania, Belgium

Pot C: Turkey, Slovenia, Austria, Greece, SCOTLAND, Croatia, Norway, Armenia, Montenegro

Pot D: Finland, Wales, Hungary, Iceland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, Republic of Ireland, Belarus

Pot E: Bulgaria, Cyprus, FYR Macedonia, Lithuania, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Albania, Latvia, Estonia

Pot F: Faroe Islands, Northern Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta, San Marino, Andorra, Liechtenstein

Details of the full draw procedure can be found here.