Former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay is to take charge of the Scotland national team for one game after the departure of Gordon Strachan on Thursday.
Mackay, who is Scottish FA performance director, will take the team for the November 9 friendly with the Netherlands at Pittodrie.
He is expected to combine the job with his role as Scottish FA performance director.
Scotland became managerless on Thursday after Strachan’s 4-year reign ended by “mutual consent”.
He led the team that narrowly missed out on a World Cup play-off place.