This will be the squad’s first game since their World Cup qualifying campaign concluded last September.
“The girls are all very keen to get a game as they haven’t been together since our last game in the World Cup qualifying campaign against the Faroe Islands back in September and in terms of our own domestic season players are currently in pre season training,” said National Women’s Coach, Alfie Wylie.
“Scotland are a top side who got to the play-offs in the World Cup qualifying campaign and were very unfortunate not to make it through; and in the last campaign we had two great games against them.”
In March, Northern Ireland will travel to Croatia for a mini tournament against the hosts, Poland and Romania and in April, the draw will be made for the UEFA Women's EURO 2017 qualifying campaign.
This week, Irish FA TV caught up National Women’s Coach, Alfie Wylie to look ahead to the upcoming games.
Northern Ireland Squad
Emma Higgins Grindavik
Tiarna McKenna Cliftonville Ladies
Alison Smith Crusaders
Ashley Hutton Linfield Ladies
Julie Nelson Unattached
Jessica Foy Glentoran
Chelsea Myles Linfield Ladies
Ellie Butterwick Watford Ladies
Clare Timoney Ballymena UAS
Aoife Lennon Newry City Ladies
Danielle McDowell Crusaders
Danielle Ennis Linfield Ladies
Laura Rafferty Chelsea Ladies
Marissa Callaghan Cliftonville
Kirsty McGuinness Linfield Ladies
Avilla Bergin Spurs Ladies
Cathy Hyndman Castlebar Celtic