RICHMOND'S Karen Findlay will earn her 68th cap as she leads out the Scotland women's team for the 50th time, believed to be a record in any men's or women's sport in Scotland, in their third Six Nations Championship match against Spain today.

The game has been switched to Old Anniesland in Glasgow to help keep Murrayfield in the best possible condition, and coach Gil Stevenson has been forced into a late change, with Lisa O'Keefe (Richmond) retaining her place after injury to Sarah Mee (Watsonians) in training.

Lee Cockburn (Royal High Corstorphine), Scotland's second most experienced player with more than 70 caps, comes back at lock with O'Keefe now instead of Mee, who had swopped berths with Clare Muir (Richmond) in the back row.

Donna Kennedy will increase her world record to 80 caps out of Scotland's 85 matches since 1993.

Scotland Women (v Spain, Six Nations Ch'ship, Old Anniesland, today, 2.45) L Millard (Murrayfield Wndrs), M Christie (Blaydon), K Davies (Hillhead/Jordanhill), V Fitzpatrick (Royal High Corstorphine), E Kerr (Richmond), R Petlevannaya, P Chalmers (both Murrayfield Wndrs), K Findlay (Richmond, captain), I Frickleton, J McCord (both Watsonians), L Cockburn (RHC), L O'Keefe (Richmond), C Muir (Richmond), D Kennedy (Worcester), S Watt (Supermarine). Substitutes: G Russell (Hillhead/Jordanhill), L Reid (RHC), H Lockhart, S Brown (both Hillhead/ Jordanhill), M P Tierney (Watsonians), C Ovendon (Richmond); * E Evans (Lismore). * denotes uncapped