Jonny Gray of Scotland is tackled by Jonathan Davies and Luke CharterisRBS Six NationsWales (10) 27Tries: Davies, Roberts, North, Cons: Biggar 3 Pens: Biggar 2Scotland (13) 23Tries: Seymour, Taylor Cons: Laidlaw, Weir Pens: Laidlaw 3
Wales cut loose in the final 20 minutes to register a ninth consecutive win over Scotland.
But Warren Gatland’s team had an uncomfortable hour before tries from Jamie Roberts and George North lifted the siege.
Scotland led 13-10 after Tommy Seymour’s try cancelled out Gareth Davies’s early touchdown.
Duncan Taylor’s late try was little more than a consolation for the Scots, who have not won in Cardiff since 2002.
More to follow.
Wales: Liam Williams; North, J Davies, Roberts, James; Biggar, G Davies; Evans, Baldwin, Lee; Charteris, Jones; Warburton (capt), Tipuric, Faletau.
Replacements: Owens, Jenkins, Francis, B Davies, Lydiate, Lloyd Williams, Priestland, Anscombe.
Scotland: Hogg; Lamont, Bennett, Taylor, Seymour; Russell, Laidlaw (capt); Dickinson, Ford, Nel; R Gray; J Gray; Barclay, Hardie, Denton.
Replacements: McInally, Reid, Fagerson, Swinson, Cowan, Hidalgo-Clyne, Weir, Jackson.
Referee: George Clancy (IRFU)
Touch judges: John Lacey (IRFU) & Federico Anselmi (UAR)
TMO: Graham Hughes (RFU)
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Source:: BBC UK