Wales and Scotland ready to rock

A depleted Wales brought an overhyped Scotland back to earth in the Six Nations by doing what it usually does to the Scots in Cardiff - beating them.

Wales: Halfpenny; Adams, Williams, Parkes, S Evans; Patchell, G Davies; R Evans, Owens, Lee, Hill, AW Jones (captain), Shingler, Navidi, Moriarty.

The Scarlets have impressed with the expansive play which has earned them a place in the European Champions Cup quarter-finals and Gatland has picked 10 members of that team.

"The reason that hasn't happened before is the form of other players in the squad and that shows the depth we have in the front row at the moment. It's going to be a different challenge definitely but it's one that we are looking forward to".

"It's about us sticking to our processes and what we are trying to achieve, although the biggest thing is being disciplined and not giving away penalties".

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Playing in the Principality Stadium - Barclay scored in the infamous 2010 game but doesn't remember much other than "all the injuries and the insane last ten minutes" - will inspire the Welsh but also the Scots, the skipper added.

"They've beaten us past year and they're favourites coming to Cardiff and we'll look forward to that".

"They have a bag of tricks that I am sure they may dip into at some point of the game as well", added the 32-year-old, who is Wales's most capped lock and will be winning his 114th cap.

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"It's going to be a great spectacle and people are probably expecting a try-fest".

Wales began the second period in untroubled mode, as two Halfpenny penalties during a five-minute spell took them 20 points clear before Scotland boss Gregor Townsend made a triple substitution, including an appearance for scrum-half and former Test captain Greig Laidlaw.

Chris Harris starts for the first time with Huw Jones being moved to inside centre to accommodate him.

Ali Price and Finn Russell form a risky half back partnership.

"On the back of previous year, I think that would be fair", said Jones.

"The way Warren and his team have been coached has been very successful, so I'd be surprised if they changed that".

"The best ball you can play off is forcing turnovers and if the opposition are going to play more, that means there are more opportunities for us to get turnovers".

"They have got 10 guys who play for Scarlets but also five guys who don't".

  • Darren Santiago