Pakistan is fielding an unchanged side while Scotland made two changes to the playing XI for their last game in the Super 12 stage.
The Scots have lost all four Super 12 Group 2 games since defeating Bangladesh in the qualifiers last month.
Scotland, who are already out of the tournament, will be facing table-toppers Pakistan in their last Super 12 game at Sharjah on Sunday.
Batting legend Dravid, who will officially take over as India coach from Ravi Shastri at the end of the T20 World Cup, played for the Scottish Saltires in the English one-day tournament in 2003.
Scotland skipper Kyle Coetzer is missing the game due to a finger injury and Richie Berrington is standing in for him.
Afghanistan routed Scotland by 130 runs in a Group 2 match Super 12 match after posting 190 for four.
Scottland's coaching team has also been bolstered ahead of the T20 World Cup by the inclusion of former England batter Jonathan Trott as batting lead.
Scotland head coach Shane Burger has announced a squad of 14 to travel to Rotterdam to face the Netherlands in two ODIs on May 19 and 21.
To take the step up to beat a full England side, No.1 ranked in the world, is a massive statement from Scottish cricket.