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Wales
Wales
51
Tries
Rhodri Williams (73), Taulupe Faletau (52), Jamie Roberts (47,38), George North (41,33), Liam Williams (15)
Penalties
Dan Biggar (23,8)
Drops
none
Cons
James Hook (74), Dan Biggar (48,39,34,16)

3
Scotland
Scotland

Tries
none
Penalties
Greig Laidlaw (3)
Drops
none
Cons
none


80'
Full Time
FULL-TIME: WALES 51-3 SCOTLAND

80'
Scotland attack with the clock red, but the pass from Wilson balloons into touch. The red card to Stuart Hogg has killed Scotland, and brought the curtain down on a crushingly disappointing Six Nations. A great day for the Welsh, but in truth, this was little more than a training run. Thanks for joining us.

78'
Wales bring up 50 points, and look to add to the scoreline in the dying minutes.

76'
Try
CONVERSION, WALES, HOOK! 51-3

74'
Try
TRY, WALES, R. WILLIAMS! 49-3 Yet another excellent try from Wales. James Hook stabs through a deft chip, and with little cover for the Scots, the scrum-half makes a fantastic pickup to score.

72'
Eventually the hosts regain possession and look to run from deep.

69'
Scotland punt their way back into Welsh territory as this game begins to peter out.

65'
Scotland again with all the pressure down in the Welsh 22. Nothing to show for it as yet.

62'
The visitors make a good break through Denton and latterly Dunbar, but Swinson is bundled into touch.

60'
Scotland spill the ball again metres from the Welsh line.

57'
Scotland win several penalties off scrums on the Welsh 22 here.

54'
Biggar's conversion strikes the post.

53'
Try
TRY, WALES, FALETAU! 44-3 Another simple score as Wales breach 40 points. Scotland's defence has gone.

52'
Wales utterly dominant here as the errors flow from Scotland. Biggar stabs into the corner and Scotland must throw in to a lineout 5m out.

49'
Conversion
CONVERSION, WALES, BIGGAR! 39-3

48'
Try
TRY, WALES, ROBERTS! 37-3 Another stunning long range effort from Wales after Scotland's lineout on the 5m line goes awry. The initial break from Wiliams, and the ball went through the hands of Davies and Faletau before the number eight offloaded to Roberts.

46'
Scotland go through the phases on the home 22, but the ball is lost.

43'
Biggar wide with the conversion, but it matters not a jot.

42'
Try
TRY, WALES, NORTH! 32-3 Things really are on the slide for the Scots as Wales exploit the overlap to send North over in the corner. The red card has killed this game as a contest.

40'
Kick Off
Weir gets us back underway in Cardiff. Big half for Scotland.

40'
Half Time
HALF-TIME: WALES 27-3 SCOTLAND

40'
Conversion
CONVERSION, WALES, BIGGAR! 27-3 Biggar's kick in off the post hands Wales a whopping 24-point lead at half-time here in Cardiff. Scottish fans, look away now.

40'
Try
TRY, WALES, ROBERTS! 25-3 This looks like becoming an absolute rout. It's like a training game for the Welsh backs who stroll through the disorganised Scots. North and Davies combine up the left touchline, and Roberts gathers the inside ball to dot down.

38'
Faletau was a yard or two in front of Davies as the centre hacked on. It does show how vulnerable 14-man Scotland are to turnovers and breakaways.

37'
This could be another try for Wales, Scottish defence in disarray. We're checking with the TMO...

35'
Conversion
CONVERSION, WALES, BIGGAR! 20-3

34'
Try
TRY, WALES, NORTH! 18-3 Fantastic try from the Welshmen! Liam Williams takes a brilliant high ball, scampers up the touchline past Laidlaw, and throws a brilliant offload to Phillips. Phillips with the simple inside ball to North, and he's under the sticks for five more points.

30'
Scotland attack well, and Matt Scott is hauled into touch at the corner after a lovely shimmy and step.

28'
Laidlaw fails to bring Scotland back to within a score with another very kickable penalty.

26'
Things going from bad to worse for the visitors as Dunbar fires a wayward kick out on the full.

24'
Penalty
PENALTY, WALES, BIGGAR! 13-3 This is looking so very ominous for Scotland.

23'
Red Card
Oh my! Jerome Garces has changed his mind after seeing the big screen replay! It's red for Hogg! Scotland permanently down to 14 men, and minus their best player.

23'
Yellow Card
Oh dear. Hogg with a nasty late shoulder charge on Biggar after the pivot kicked away. Yellow card.

20'
The Scots go through the phases but make zero ground against an organised Welsh defence.

18'
Lovely, lovely punt from Hogg leaves Wales throwing into a lineout five metres out.

17'
Conversion
CONVERSION, WALES, BIGGAR! 10-3 Great strike from out wide.

16'
Try
TRY, WALES, WILLIAMS! 8-3 Wales pounding the Scottish line...and they're over! Patient build-up, and Williams the spare man out wide.

12'
Laidlaw fails from out wide, not a great strike.

11'
More good pressing from the Scots, Hamilton charges down Phillips then Cuthbert is penalised for holding on. Laidlaw goes for three.

9'
Penalty
PENALTY, WALES, BIGGAR! 3-3 Simple three-pointer for the fly-half.

9'
Wales press their visitors back into the 22, but they win the penalty. Brown is down for the Scots in the meantime.

7'
First set of scrums yields a Welsh penalty. Well within Biggar's range but he's going for the corner.

4'
Penalty
PENALTY, SCOTLAND, LAIDLAW! 0-3 Faletau strays offside, and the scrum-half opens the scoring.

3'
Scotland build a few phases but it's messy at the back of the ruck and Wales clear.

1'
Early penalty for the Scots, well won by Dave Denton. Weir goes for the corner rather than the posts.

0'
Kick Off
We're underway as Dan Biggar kicks off

0'
Teams out here in Cardiff, kick-off moments away!

0'
Scotland give a Test debut to Edinburgh wing Dougie Fife. The only change to the eight which started the French Test sees Ryan Wilson restored to the back-row in place of the injured Johnnie Beattie.

0'
Wales have made six changes to their starting line-up, with Dan Biggar named alongside Mike Phillips at half-back. Joining the duo in the backline as a new face will be Liam Williams while Rhodri Jones, Ken Owens and Luke Charteris earn starts up front.

0'
Welcome
Hello and welcome from the Millennium Stadium where Wales and Scotland are set to go toe-to-toe, hoping to end their Six Nations campaigns on a high note. Both sides enter the game on the back of respective defeats to England and France so will be hurting. Team news is coming up so please stay right there.


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