Scotland v Wales

Date:

Venue: Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh

Referee: Glen Jackson (NZR)

Attendance: 67,144

Scotland v Wales Match Reports

Tries from Rhys Webb and Jonathan Davies helped Wales to a hard-earned 26-23 victory over Scotland at Murrayfield. The Scots also scored two tries, including one in the final minute of the match, but time eventually ran out for the hosts as they fell to an eighth straight loss against the Welsh. A selection of match reports is listed below:

Scotland v Wales Match Highlights

Scotland v Wales Match Statistics

Scotland 23 (10)
Tries: Hogg, Welsh
Conversions: Laidlaw, Russell
Penalties: Laidlaw (3)

Wales 26 (16)
Tries: Webb, Davies
Conversions: Halfpenny (2)
Penalties: Halfpenny (4)

Man of the Match: Alun Wyn Jones (Wales)

Scotland Team Line-up

Forwards

  • 1 Alasdair Dickinson
  • 2 Ross Ford
  • 3 Geoff Cross
  • 4 Richie Gray
  • 5 Jonny Gray
  • 6 Rob Harley
  • 7 Blair Cowan
  • 8 Johnnie Beattie

Backs

  • 9 Greig Laidlaw (Captain)
  • 10 Finn Russell
  • 11 Tim Visser
  • 12 Alex Dunbar
  • 13 Mark Bennett
  • 14 Sean Lamont
  • 15 Stuart Hogg

Replacements

  • 16 Fraser Brown
  • 17 Gordon Reid
  • 18 Jon Welsh
  • 19 Jim Hamilton
  • 20 Alasdair Strokosch
  • 21 Sam Hidalgo-Clyne
  • 22 Greig Tonks
  • 23 Matt Scott

Wales Team Line-up

Forwards

  • 1 Gethin Jenkins
  • 2 Richard Hibbard
  • 3 Aaron Jarvis
  • 4 Jake Ball
  • 5 Alun Wyn Jones
  • 6 Dan Lydiate
  • 7 Sam Warburton (Captain)
  • 8 Taulupe Faletau

Backs

  • 9 Rhys Webb
  • 10 Dan Biggar
  • 11 Liam Williams
  • 12 Jamie Roberts
  • 13 Jonathan Davies
  • 14 Alex Cuthbert
  • 15 Leigh Halfpenny

Replacements

  • 16 Scott Baldwin
  • 17 Paul James
  • 18 Scott Andrews
  • 19 Luke Charteris
  • 20 Justin Tipuric
  • 21 Mike Phillips
  • 22 Rhys Priestland
  • 23 Scott Williams
 
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