Fly-half Finn Russell is back in the Scotland squad for the autumn internationals after making up with head coach Gregor Townsend.
Russell has been named in the 40-man party nine months after being turfed out of the Six Nations squad before a game had been played over an initial argument around drinking.
That incident led to an ongoing rift between Russell and Townsend being aired in public, with Russell revealing all in an explosive newspaper interview.
But Russell is now back after showing some majestic form for French giants Racing 92.
The squad also includes three uncapped players in Glasgow Warriors prop Oli Kebble, Edinburgh winger Duhan van der Merwe and Harlequins scrum-half, Scott Steele.
Scarlets back rower Blade Thomson is also named despite going off with injury in Sunday’s Scarlets match against Glasgow.
Townsend said: “We are very much looking forward to coming back together as a coaching and playing group after such an unprecedented and challenging period in our sport and across society in general.
“There was a strong feeling that we were growing as a team during the Six Nations earlier this year, making progress from game-to-game as well as building closer bonds within the squad. Our aim is to keep this momentum going as we take on Georgia and Wales before competing in the Autumn Nations Cup in November.
“The squad we have selected is formed by the majority of the players we worked with in the Six Nations alongside players who have grabbed their opportunity in the past few weeks and have been in form for their respective teams.
“Given the lack of games since March, there will be opportunities for players out-with the squad to break into our group over the next few weeks, but for now the focus is on this group that will be in camp from tomorrow. It will be great to see some familiar faces, welcome a few back into our squad and also introduce some new players to Test match rugby.”
Scotland face Wales in the rescheduled Six Nations finale on October 31.