Six Nations: Holley sparks Wales pundit debate

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Holley sparks Wales pundit debate

Scrum V analyst Sean Holley sparks a debate between the programme's pundits over whether or not Wales should make changes to face Scotland following their win over Italy.

The issue centres on whether or not Wales coach Rob Howley should bring in lock Alun Wyn Jones and flanker Sam Warburton to face Scotland at Murrayfield on 9 March.

That would mean Andrew Coombs stepping aside for Jones and either Justin Tipuric or Ryan Jones dropping out of the back-row following wins over France and Italy.

Former Wales stars Jonathan Davies, Kingsley Jones, Tom Shanklin and Gareth Llewellyn give their opinions.

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