- FT: Wales 21-10 Scotland
- North and Jonathan Davies tries for Wales
- McInally scores Scots' lone try; 2 more ruled out
- Wales win the Doddie Weir Cup
- Wales' first win in opening autumn Test since 2002
Can Wales, buoyed by their first win in an opening autumn Test in 16 years, now end a 13-Test losing run against Australia stretching back 10 years?
Next Saturday would be an opportune time to do it, with the Wallabies in the same 2019 World Cup group as Warren Gatland's men.
That game kicks off at 17:20 GMT, and it's another you can see live on the BBC.
A few hours earlier, Scotland host Fiji at 14:30 in the first of three Tests back at their Murrayfield home. Gregor Townsend's team also host South Africa - who lost 12-11 to England today - and Argentina later this month, while Wales also face the Springboks on 24 November, a week after facing Tonga.
So plenty more to look forward to for both countries.
It wasn't a classic in Cardiff today, but congratulations to Wales on becoming the first recipients of the Doddie Weir Cup.
We'll have all the reaction from the coaches and captains shortly, so keep an eye out for that. Thanks for your company today. Until the next time...
Former Scotland prop on BBC Radio ScotlandQuote Message: Wales were mediocre at best and they still had enough to beat Scotland - that's the disappointing part of today.
As well as an encouraging return to the Test arena for centre Jonathan Davies, on his first outing for Wales for a year, flanker Dan Lydiate - playing his first Test since last December - also impressed ex-Wales fly-half James Hook
"Dan Lydiate was outstanding in the Wales back-row and Gareth Anscombe controlled things very well at fly-half," he tells BBC Radio Wales.
Former Wales international on BBC OneQuote Message: It just shows it's not about how much possession you have got, it's what you do with it. Wales just soaked up the Scottish attack and had one opportunity in the second half, but it was a brilliantly crafted try from Davies and that was the difference - one opportunity, one try.
Injured Scotland captain on BBC One
Scotland had their opportunities, when Jonny Gray couldn't resist that extra few inches to the line, and the little chip by George Horne was a great piece of play. It is so frustrating to have all that possession and come away with nothing.
Former Wales captain on BBC OneQuote Message: You feel defensively Wales were comfortable for most of the game, and the try-line wasn't threatened too much. Scotland made Wales make 179 tackles but just didn't have that killer instinct in the final 22. Very decent win for Wales and a good springboard for them.
Former Wales international on BBC Radio Wales
"Overall a very good start to the autumn for Wales - they don't usually start that well at this time of year.
"Justin Tipuric put in a very good shift on the Wales open-side."
That's it. Wales have won their opening autumn Test for the first time since, remarkably, 2002.
Scotland's miserable record in Cardiff continues. That's 10 defeats in a row now since 2002.
Wales open-side Justin Tipuric is former Wales flanker Martyn Williams' choice as man of the match, with 13 tackles and eight carries among a bundle of contributions from the Ospreys forward. "He's been outstanding," says Williams.
Edinburgh's exciting wing Darcy Graham is on for his Scotland debut.
The visitors giving it a lash here as they try to get something out of this last five minutes, but wait, Wales have won it back and launch a break-out, but the ball bounces into touch.
The seven-man Welsh pack win a penalty at scrum-time against the Scottish eight. High-fives all round from the hosts.
Former Scotland prop on BBC Radio ScotlandQuote Message: He does catch it, it's whether he keeps control of it as he hits the turf. It's close, but it's a try for me. You just need to put downward pressure on the ball.
Alas for the visitors, Horne didn't get quite enough downward pressure on the ball, and that's a second try they've had ruled out by the TMO. Though not everyone agrees with that decision...Copyright: PA
George Horne dabs a clever kick over the top from behind the scrum and elder brother Peter anticipates it to land on it just before the dead-ball line. But did he get it down?
Scotland battering away at the Welsh line here. Elliot Dee, recently on as a replacement, infringes at a ruck is sent to the sin-bin.
Wales will play most of the rest of te match with 14 men. Scrum Scotland...
Former Scotland prop on BBC Radio ScotlandQuote Message: It's good Scotland are keeping Adam Hastings on, they've got Peter Horne next to him now, it might help him and calm him down. Alex Dunbar is not an outlet for him, but he could give it to Horne who could start to play.Copyright: PA
Lovely cute pass out of contact from Adam Hastings there, and Ryan Wilson continues the move out on the left flank with an acrobatic offload. Scotland have a penalty, which George Horne takes quickly, but George North is there to retrieve the danger.
Former Wales captain on BBC One
In defence of Adam Hastings, he's not getting any front-foot ball, which he is used to getting when he's playing for Glasgow.