|Venue: Hampden Park, Glasgow Date: Wednesday, 8 June Kick-off: 19:45 BST|
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Scotland will aim to take out their World Cup finalsfrustration on Armenia, according to fit-again NathanPatterson.
The right-back missed out on the play-off semi-finals as he battled to return from ankle surgery.
He is able to play in the Nations League opener.
"We'll bounce back on Wednesday, the boss will get us to use it as motivation," said the young man.
The place was dull and depressed, but we've got to grips with it now and are training well.
There's a lot of top games to look forward to. The Nations League has three games coming up.
When he picked up an injury while on international duty in March, he was almost certain to get only his second start for the club.
He said he picked up the injury at a bad time. I've used it to get bigger and stronger and I'm looking forward to the end of the season and the new season.
For the last five or six weeks, I've been working out and trying to improve my skills.
It was frustrating not to play against Ukraine, especially as the team missed out on this year's World Cup, but he played down the significance of the absence of himself.
He said that whoever is called on, they are expected to do a job. It showed on the pitch when we under-performed as a team. I believe thatUkraine were the better side.
Steven Naismith, Scotland's assistant coach, confirmed that Queens Park Rangers forward Lyndon Dykes will miss Wednesday's game and the two Nations League games after that - away to the Republic of Ireland on Saturday and in Armenia on Tuesday.
Lewis Ferguson has been struggling with a very minor injury but is expected to return to training on Tuesday.