They have a chance to redress the balance at Murrayfield onSaturday when they take on the Barbarians in a non-cap international and second-rowMurray said after Monday's squad announcement: "We just want to playwell against the Barbarians and hopefully a win will come from that.
"All the guys are massively proud to play for Scotland andthey are keen that the fans keep believing in them.
"It's going to be a long road but we are definitely going toget there, knowing what young lads are coming through.
"They are stronger, fitter and faster than I was when I was ayoung fella so we just urge them to keep supporting us because we will getthere," he added.
"I am massively excited about the tour and playing theBarbarians, especially with all these young guys around me. It's a massive challenge for us on Saturday, there are a lotof new guys and we are treating it like a Test match."
Murray, 28, said that there were positives to take from their37-16 defeat against Ireland in their final Six Nations match of the season asScotland went in search of a first win against the Barbarians, rugby union's
"Hopefully we will get a bit of confidence and move ontobigger and better things. If we can get our line-outs and our scrums working it'sdefinitely possible that we could win but we just want to go out there and playwell."
Scotland squad. Backs: Graeme Beveridge (Glasgow), Stephen Cranston (Borders), ChrisCusiter (Borders), Simon Danielli (Bath/ENG), Andrew Henderson (Glasgow),Gareth Morton (Borders), Dan Parks (Glasgow), Chris Paterson (Edinburgh),Tom Philip (Edinburgh), Simon Webster (Edinburgh) Forwards: Gordon Bulloch (Glasgow), Bruce Douglas (Borders), Iain Fullarton (Sale/ENG), Scott Gray (Bath/ENG), Andrew Hall (Glasgow), AllisterHogg (Edinburgh), Alastair Kellock (Edinburgh), Cameron Mather (Glasgow),Euan Murray (Glasgow), Scott Murray (Edinburgh, capt), Steve Scott(Borders), Tom Smith (Northampton/ENG).
AFP - 2004.