Scottish Rugby on Wednesday made one change ahead of its third match in the Women’s Six Nations campaign against Wales scheduled for Friday in Cumbernauld.
Flanker Jemma Forsyth is promoted from the bench to replace injured Karen Dunbar.
Dunbar has been ruled out of the remainder of the Six Nations after suffering a knee injury in the match against France.
Worcester back-row, Lyndsay O’Donnell, has been called up to the replacements, with the rest of the 23 unchanged team members.
Scotland, seeking a first Six Nations win since 2010, suffered an agonising last-gasp 22-15 home defeat by Ireland in its opening game after being thrashed 55-0 in France.
Wales, meanwhile, won 20-8 in Italy but crashed 63-0 at home to England the following week.
“We had a strong performance against Ireland in our opening match and a lot of good things were achieved, from which the players can take great pride.
“Unfortunately, we were unable to build on those positive achievements against a very physical French team.
“The players are a tight-knit group and are determined to keep improving together. As a squad we remain focused and determined to make progress in this campaign and will compete hard against all opposition.
“Wales poses a different challenge but one we are familiar with, having played them last October in a friendly as part of our increased training and game schedule.
“Home advantage will be significant and I know the noise from the crowd during the Ireland game really lifted the players.
“So it would be great to see more supporters in the stands at Broadwood Stadium this Friday,” said Scotland head coach Shade Munro.
The six nations are: England, France, Scotland, Ireland, Italy, Spain and Wales.