Scottish football stars of the 90s and 00s will be back in the spotlight this weekend as they take on an all-star select of players from around the world.
The Star Sixes gets underway at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow tonight and features retired players representing Scotland, England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales and a Rest of the World side.
The three-day football fiesta will feature a round-robin tournament, with the two top sides facing each other in the final on Sunday night.
Among the 10 selected for Scotland, only Jackie McNamara has any World Cup finals playing experience under his belt but despite that, the Scots have reason to be optimistic.
The Scots begin with a match against Ireland at 8.06pm tonight and play Northern Ireland at 9.45pm. Tomorrow they face Wales at 3.33pm and England at 5.45pm.
They finish on Sunday against the Rest of the World at 5.33pm and the final will be played at 7.45pm.
Let’s take a look at who will be representing the Scots.
The big keeper won 19 Scotland caps between 2002 and 2005 and was the undisputed number one throughout Berti Vogts’ tenure in charge. His 28-year career, which featured two lengthy stints at Dundee and five years at Celtic, only ended at the end of last season, when he departed Arbroath.
The former Rangers captain is pulling on the armband once again for his country this weekend. The 45-cap midfielder is currently manager of Kelty Hearts in the Lowland League.
The only member of Scotland’s team to feature at a World Cup, McNamara made an impact as a substitute in his country’s 1-1 draw in Bordeaux with Norway in 1998.
He’s currently unemployed after leaving York City.
McNamara’s right-hand man during managerial stints at Partick Thistle, Dundee Utd and York City, Donnelly was a part of Scotland’s France 98 squad but never featured.
Donnelly’s early promise at Celtic was eventually hampered by serious injury problems after he moved south to Sheffield Wednesday.
He is still remembered fondly at Firhill for a successful stint at Partick Thistle in the twilight of his career.
Another player whose injuries curtailed his early promise, Burchill made all six of his Scotland caps before his 21st birthday.
Scotland’s scorer in a 3-1 defeat against England in the Star Sixes in 2017, at 38 he’s one of the youngest in the squad.
Forever remembered by the Tartan Army for his winning goal against England at Wembley in 1999, Hutchison scored six goals in 26 caps for Scotland between 1999 and 2003.
The squad’s youngest player at 35 could still probably do a job for plenty of sides in the SPFL. Now in a coaching role with the national team, McFadden was the darling of the Tartan Army for his wonder goal in Paris against France in a Euro 2008 qualifier in 2007.
Utility man McCulloch started his career as a striker, became a winger and eventually finished his career as a centre-half, so the 40-year-old should lend plenty versatility to the squad.
When David Beckham scored his famous goal from inside his own half for Man Utd against Wimbledon in 1996, he did so wearing boots that were actually custom-made for Miller and had been given to David Beckham by mistake.
At the time, Miller was an exciting prospect for an all-conquering Rangers team but the careers of the two young pros certainly went in different directions from that day forward.
Miller won a solitary cap for Scotland against Poland in a 2001 friendly.
26-cap McManus lifted the SPL as Celtic skipper in 2008 and is a relative spring chicken at this level at 36, so should add some steel to Scotland’s backline.
And what about the rest?
Well, a quick scan of the other squads would suggest Scotland are unlikely to have it all their own way.
England have Michael Owen and Joe Cole in their ranks, Craig Bellamy is turning out for Wales and the Rest of the World have World Cup winner Robert Pires and Spanish playmaker Gaizka Mendieta.
Here are the other squads in full.
England: Michael Owen (c), David James, Emile Heskey, Wayne Bridge, Luke Young, Wes Brown, Joe Cole, Darren Bent, David Dunn, Paul Konchesky.
Northern Ireland: Maik Taylor (c), Keith Gillespie, Paddy McCourt, Steve Jones, Stephen Craigan, Tony Capaldi, Colin Murdock, Dean Shiels, Andy Kirk, Michael Hughes.
Republic of Ireland: Jason McAteer (c), Steven Reid, John Aldridge, Owen Coyle, Tim Dittmer, Ian Harte, Phil Babb, Richie Partridge, Lee Carsley, Liam Lawrence.
Rest of the World: Robert Pires (c), Jörg Albertz, Marco Negri, Stiliyan Petrov, Gaizka Mendieta, Jay-Jay Okocha, Vítor Baía, Ronald de Boer, Pierre van Hooijdonk, Martin Jørgensen.
Wales: Danny Gabbidon (c), Craig Bellamy, Paul Jones, Dean Saunders, Robert Earnshaw, Jermaine Easter, Owain Tudur Jones, David Cotterill, Jack Collison.
And if you are in any doubt about how competitive the matches are likely to be, check out the highlights from this fiery encounter between Scotland and England during the last Star Sixes in 2017.
The action is live on Sky Sports over the next three days and promises to be entertaining.