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Scotland's main threats against Australia

AAP logoAAP 27/10/2016

LACHLAN COOTE: North Queensland's premiership-winning fullback will make his debut for the Bravehearts, who he qualifies to play for through his Glasgow-born grandparents. Still harbours ambitions to play for NSW.

KANE LINNETT: Another member of the Cowboys' 2015 grand final-winning side, the former Sydney Roosters centre will win his fourth cap against the Kangaroos having played three games for Scotland in the 2013 World Cup.

LUKE DOUGLAS: Vastly experienced prop who played a record 215 successive NRL matches between 2006-2014 during spells with Cronulla and the Gold Coast. Will play in the Super League next season with St Helens after signing a three-year deal last month.

EUAN AITKEN: Became a regular member of the St George Illawarra side last year and earned his first representative call-up with NSW Country last April. Will partner Linnett in the centres on his international debut.

DANNY BROUGH: Classy playmaker who threw in his lot with Scotland after being constantly overlooked by former England coach Steve McNamara. Three-time winner of the Super League's Man of Steel, the Huddersfield five-eighth possesses an outstanding kicking game and is not afraid to take on the line.

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