Louis Lynagh will make his Italy debut against Scotland on Saturday after being named to start on the wing in Rome. 

The son of Australia legend Michael, the 23-year-old represented England at age grade level before deciding to appear for Italy's senior team. He's brought into the team as one of three changes to the team that drew with France. Italy will feel they should have won that game having hit the post with a penalty in the last minute. 

And Lynagh comes in for Federico Mori who drops to the bench. Mori started at centre against France and Tommaso Menoncello will move into there while Lynagh takes his place on the wing. Lynagh was born in Treviso, where his dad spent time playing. The Harlequins youngster is now hoping to make an impact on the international stage. 

The other two changes sees Sebastian Negri come in to the back row Riccardo Favretto dropping out of the 23 completely while Simone Ferrari comes in at tighthead in place of Giosue Zilocchi who drops to the bench. 

Ange Capuozzo continues at full back while Monty Ioane starts on the other wing from Lynagh with Juan Ignacio Brex in the centre alongside Menoncello. 

Paolo Garbisi and Martin Page-Relo are the half backs while the front row sees Ferrard joined by Danilo Fischetti at loosehead and Giacomo Nicotera as the hooker. Niccolo Cannone and Federico Ruzza are in the second row while Negri is joined by Michele Lamaro as captain and Ross Vintcent in the no 8 shirt. 

Italy team: Ange Capuozzo, Louis Lynagh, Juan Ignacio Brex, Tommaso Menoncello, Monty Ioane, Paolo Garbisi, Martin Page-Relo, Danilo Fischetti, Giacomo Nicotera, Simone Ferrarri, Niccolo Cannone, Federico Ruzza, Sebastian Negri, Michele Lamaro, Ross Vintcent

Replacements: Gianmarco Lucchesi, Mirco Spagnolo, Giosue Zilocchi, Andrea Zambonin, Lorenzo Cannone, Stephen Varney, Leonardo Mari, Federico Mori