This June the Scotland squad will be taking part in a Summer Tour which will see them play tests against the USA, Canada, Argentina and South Africa.
Saturday 7 June 7.30pm (1.30am Sunday BST), BBVA Stadium, Houston, Texas
In the first match of this year's Sumemr Tour, Scotland travel to Texas to take on the USA. The sides have met three times in tests with Scotland winning all three. The most recent fixture between the teams was during the 2003 Rugby World Cup when Scotland ran in five tries in their 39-15 win.
Saturday 14 June 2pm (7pm BST) , BMO FIeld, Toronto
Scotland and Canada have met three times in international tests and Scotland have won two of them. The last time they faced off against each other Scotland scored an unanswered 41 points at Pittodrie Stadium in Aberdeen as part of the 2008 Autumn Tests. Canada's only win in this fixture came on home soil when they narrowly edged Scotland 26-23 in Vancouver back in 2002.
Friday 20 June 4.10pm (8.10pm BST), Estadio Mario A. Kempes, Cordoba
Argentina and Scotland have met 13 times in international tests since 1990. The first match saw Scotland winning comfortably 49-3. Since then however the ties have been much closer with Argentina winning many. The most recent meeting of the sides happened during the 2011 Rugby World Cup where the sole try of the match was scored by Argentina's Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino and ultimately clinched a 13-12 victory in Wellington. Scotland have however won the last three meetings on Argentinian soil.
Saturday 28 June 5pm (4pm BST), Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth
The final match of the tour will see Scotland travel to Port Elizabeth to take on South Africa. The Springboks currently occupy 2nd place in the IRB World Rankings. Scotland last faced South Africa at Murrayfield last year in the Autumn Tests where the visitors were too strong and ran out 28-0 winners. The last time Scotland defeated South Africa was in 2010 when six penalties and a drop goal from Dan Parks resulted in a 21-17 win.