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By Bryn Palmer

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  1. HIA for Ken Owens

    HT: Wales 14-10 Scotland

    Wales hooker Ken Owens left the field at the break with blood streaming from his nose after a collision with Scotland number eight Ryan Wilson.

    Owens is having a head injury assessment and will be replaced at least temporarily by Elliot Dee

  2. 'Great to see the George North of old'

    Wales 14-10 Scotland

    Sam Warburton

    Former Wales captain on BBC One

    Quote Message: George North needs at least 15 touches a game, and with the try he scored, that's what you need from him. He'll punish defences. It's great to see the George North of old days, and I hope they use him like that again in the second half.
  3. WATCH: George North bursts through to score opening try

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  4. Cagey half in Cardiff

    HT: Wales 14-10 Scotland

    Gareth Griffiths

    BBC Sport Wales at Principality Stadium

    It has been quite a cagey half with a physical edge we were wondering whether we would see. Wales will be content with their work at the contact area and Scotland's discipline has cost them. But Wales will be concerned with the ease in which they conceded McInally's try from a driving line-out. All to play for.

  5. A 'full-bloodied Test match'

    HT: Wales 14-10 Scotland

    Andy Nicol

    Former Scotland international on BBC One

    Quote Message: It's been a very physical game, there's a real edge to it, real physicality. The quality may be lacking, but if we were worried it wasn't going to be a full-bloodied Test match, we've certainly got it.
  6. Post update

    HT: Wales 14-10 Scotland

    So Scotland have had a majority of the possession, Wales have proved the smarter on the floor, and more clinical with their chances, but Stuart McInally's try, plus a conversion and a penalty from Adam Hastings (below) keeps the visitors within four points at the interval.

    Adam Hastings
    Image caption: Scotland's Adam Hastings converts a penalty
  7. Half-time - Wales 14-10 Scotland

    The opening period concludes with Wales hooker Ken Owens requiring treatment for a clash of heads with Scotland number eight Ryan Wilson as he tried to catch a pass in midfield. Ouch.

  8. Post update

    Wales 14-10 Scotland

    Just when Scotland seemed to be building up another head of steam, Justin Tipuric is onto a loose pass and Wales break away. Scotland flanker Hamish Watson concedes a penalty on the floor, and Wales are on the attack again as half-time approaches...

  9. Try - Wales 14-10 Scotland

    Stuart McInally

    Scotland hit back. The visitors kick a penalty to the left corner, Ben Toolis takes it, and Stuart McInally is at the back of the maul to plunge over.

    Adam Hastings slides over an excellent conversion. Game on.

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  10. "Discipline a problem for Scotland"

    Andy Nicol

    Former Scotland international on BBC One

    Scotland are causing themselves problems through a lack of discipline. There are good penalties to give away and bad penalties, and a couple of bad penalties have stopped Scotland's momentum.

  11. Huw Jones 'not an international defender'

    Wales 14-3 Scotland

    Peter Wright

    Former Scotland prop on BBC Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Huw Jones missed the tackle on the defensive line, along with Alex Dunbar. Huw Jones is not an international defender, he is in attack, there's no doubt, but in defence he is left wanting at times.
  12. 'Awful moment' for Jones

    Wales 14-3 Scotland

    Tom English

    BBC Scotland's chief sports writer

    And that’s why Huw Jones is such an infuriating player. Brilliant in attack, suspect in defence. I know it’s George North he’s trying to take down, but that’s a terrible effort and it’s allowed North through. Awful moment

    George North scores a try for Wales
  13. Try - Wales 14-3 Scotland

    George North

    Not pleasant viewing for Scotland's centres, this. Giant Wales wing George North powers through Huw Jones and Alex Dunbar before holding off Blair Kinghorn's last-ditch attempt to score his 34th Wales try, in his 77th Test. That takes him past Ieuan Evans into third on Wales' all-time list.

    Leigh Halfpenny, for once, cannot add the extras.

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  14. 'What an inspiration'

    Wales 9-3 Scotland

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    Doddie Weir's face appears on the big screen during a break in play. The big man, as ever, is smiling. Watch the ovation he was given before kick-off.

  15. Penalty - Wales 9-3 Scotland

    Adam Hastings

    A big tackle from Scotland flanker Jamie Ritchie on Wales prop Nicky Smith paves the way for a penalty to the visitors. Adam Hastings shows no signs of nerves as he lands his first points for his country.

    Adam Hastings of Scotland
  16. Penalty - Wales 9-0 Scotland

    Leigh Halfpenny

    Wales' prolific full-back is now up to 705 points for his country, and 754 overall in his Test career including the Lions, after his third successful kick from three atempts.

  17. 'Scotland not doing enough with possession'

    Wales 6-0 Scotland

    Colin Gregor

    Former Scotland sevens captain on Radio Scotland

    Quote Message: Scotland have had a lot of possession for Scotland but they've not done a massive amount with it. We know that the Welsh defensive coach Shaun Edwards has them really well-drilled, they're winning the battle in the gain line. Scotland need to generate some sort of quick ball and keep it in hand, we've seen some cases of them wasting possession.
    Scotland's Alex Dunbar
  18. Dynamic Lewis impresses for Wales

    Wales 6-0 Scotland

    Gareth Griffiths

    BBC Sport Wales at Principality Stadium

    In the build-up to the George North try that was just disallowed, there was a dynamic carrying cameo from Cardiff Blues prop Dillon Lewis.

    Warren Gatland mentioned in the week that Lewis had a point to prove because he was not rated that highly by his former Blues coach Danny Wilson, who is now the Scotland forwards coach. So an early reminder from the Wales tight-head maybe.

  19. Post update

    Wales 6-0 Scotland

    Scotland forwards Ryan Wilson and Jonny Gray team up well with a double hit on Wales hooker Ken Owens, who concedes a penalty after losing his support.

  20. Penalty - Wales 6-0 Scotland

    Leigh Halfpenny

    All that took place with referee Mathieu Raynal playing a penalty advantage for Wales, and Leigh Halfpenny promptly doubles the hosts' lead.

    Leigh Halfpenny of Wales