The match at BT Murrayfield will serve as Scotland's final test game before they head to Japan for the Rugby World Cup in two weeks time.
Gregor Townsend's full 31-man World Cup squad – announced at Linlithgow Palace on Tuesday - will be in attendance for what should be a lively occasion as the Scots look to take full advantage of their final chance to build momentum before the competition begins.
After Friday, Scotland will begin their World Cup adventure by facing off against Ireland in Yokohama. You can see their full list of World Cup fixtures here.
What time is the match?
The match will kick off at 7.30pm UK time on Friday 6 September
Where can I watch it?
The game will be broadcast live on Premier Sports, while tickets are available from £15 if you fancy being at BT Murrayfield in person. Kids under the age of 12 can also get a ticket for just £1 (one child per paying adult).
Who's going to win?
Having defeated the Georgians fairly comprehensively already in Tbilisi, the odds will be strongly in favour of the Scots on their home soil.
Scotland were also victorious in the two previous meetings between the sides in 2011 and 2016, winning 15–6 and 43–16 respectively.
What are the line-ups?
Scotland will line up as follows:
1 Gordon Reid2 George Turner3 Zander Fagerson4 Scott Cummings5 Jonny Gray6 Ryan Wilson7 Jamie Ritchie8 Blade Thomson
9 Ali Price10 Adam Hastings11 Darcy Graham12 Sam Johnson13 Duncan Taylor14 Tommy Seymour15 Blair Kinghorn
16 Grant Stewart17 Allan Dell18 Simon Berghan19 Ben Toolis20 Magnus Bradbury21 George Horne22 Pete Horne23 Chris Harris
While Georgia will likely line-up like this:
1 Mikheil Nariashvili (Captain)2 Shalva Mamukashvili3 Beka Gigashvili4 Shalva Sutiashvili5 Kote Mikautadze6 Otar Giorgadze7 Beka Saghinadze8 Beka Gorgadze
9 Vasil Lobzhanidze10 Tedo Abzhandadze11 Sandro Todua12 Davit Kacharava13 Zurab Dzneladze14 Mirian Modebadze15 Soso Matiashvili
16 Giorgi Chkoidze17 Karlen Asieshvili18 Levan Chilachava19 Giorgi Nemsadze20 Lasha Lomidze21 Gela Aprasidze22 Lasha Khmaladze23 Tamaz Mchedlidze