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By Bryn Palmer

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  1. Welsh pack 'operating well as a collective'

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Sam Warburton

    Former Wales captain on BBC One

    Justin Tipuric is having a good game and Dan Lydiate has been really good on his return too, but the Welsh pack is operating well as a collective.

    Scotland are struggling to break down Wales' defence.

  2. TMO 'quick to look at it'

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Peter Wright

    Former Scotland prop on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: I think the TMO has been quick to look at it. You're entitled to one movement, you can place it anywhere around you, but if he's moved and went for a second one, that's the penalty. It doesn't look great, it has to be said.
  3. 'Scotland thought it was a definite try'

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    "The whole Scotland team was back on half-way. They thought it was a try," ex-Wales fly-half James Hook tells BBC Radio Wales after TMO Rowan Kitt rules out Jonny Gray's attempted try.

  4. Changes on both sides

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Scotland have used that mini-break to send on George Horne at scrum-half, Ali Price making way.

    Wales pitch Elliott Dee and Rob Evans into the front row, Ken Owens and Nicky Smith taking their leave.

  5. No try

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    The TMO agrees, and Scotland are left frustrated.

  6. Try review

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Scotland lock Jonny Gray is driven towards the line, possibly with a double movement, and it looks like has has come up short...

  7. Post update

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Five phases, six, seven....Scotland hammering away at the Welsh line. Are they over? Referee Mathieu Raynal decides not, but the Scots have another penalty. To the corner again...

  8. Post update

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Scotland win the line-out and earn another penalty with the Wales defence under pressure. Can they make their pressure count?

  9. Post update

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Instant impact from Scotland replacement hooker Fraser Brown, who played at open-side flanker in his last Test, against Argentina. He wins a penalty on the floor, over Alun Wyn Jones, and Scotland ping it to the corner.

  10. All change in Scotland front row

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Gregor Townsend sends on replacements Alex Allan, Fraser Brown and Simon Berghan, with Allan Dell, Stuart McInally and Willem Nel making way.

    Can they help the visitors stem the Welsh tide. Hosts on the attack again ...

  11. Owens back in fray for Wales

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Wales hooker Ken Owens is back after being passed fit following that head injury assessment, just in time to see fellow Scarlet Jonathan Davies show his power and pace for the hosts' second try.

  12. 'World class Wales centres'

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Andy Nicol

    Former Scotland international on BBC One

    Huw Jones is up against two world-class players in Hadleigh Parkes and Jonathan Davies. This is what happens at the highest level. Two missed tackles, two tries.

    Jonathan Davies
  13. 'Holy moly - that's embarrassing'

    Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Peter Wright

    Former Scotland prop on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Huw Jones - what an absolute joke. He just gets pushed away. He can't defend. Why have him in the team if you don't give him the ball enough in attack? Holy moly, that's embarrassing.
  14. Try - Wales 21-10 Scotland

    Jonathan Davies

    Lovely move from Wales, but Scotland's defence suspect again. The hosts work a wrap-around move off a line-out and Gareth Anscombe puts Jonathan Davies through a gap to celebrate his return to the Wales side for the first time in a year with a try. But Huw Jones' tackle attempt on his opposite number was flimsy, to say the least.

    Leigh Halfpenny lands an excellent conversion, and Wales are in the ascendancy again.

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  15. Scots 'have to turn pressure into points'

    Wales 14-10 Scotland

    Peter Wright

    Former Scotland prop on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Better tempo in the first five minutes of the second half for Scotland. Kicking game more effective, finding the touchlines. Positive start, but with pressure like this you have got to get points.
    Gareth Anscombe
  16. WATCH: Scotland hit back as McInally bundles over

    Wales 14-10 Scotland

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    Scotland captain Stuart McInlly grabbed his fifth Test try, and his second in consecutive Tests, before the break.

  17. Post update

    Wales 14-10 Scotland

    Bit of tit for tat in these early stages. Scotland with the ball in Welsh territory...

  18. Doddie Weir: 'What an atmosphere'

    Wales 14-10 Scotland

    The big man has been enjoying his big day.

    "What an atmosphere here. A nervous start, some silly mistakes, but Scotland still in it at 14-10.

    "Rock on, roll on, away from home, Scotland doing a good job, just need to keep the ball a bit more, do more with it, and stop kicking it away."

    Doddie Weir
  19. Back under way in Cardiff

    Wales 14-10 Scotland

    Gareth Anscombe gets the second half under way...

  20. 'Anscombe impressive in first half'

    Wales 14-10 Scotland

    Jonathan Davies

    Former Wales international on BBC One

    Quote Message: Gareth Anscombe looks very assured, very confident. He hasn't made many mistakes and he looks very comfortable. This game is a great opportunity for him, and he's done a very good job in the first half.