The Wales team returned home today following their 28-18 win against Scotland yesterday.
Captain, Ryan Jones, had his arm in a sling following an injury during the game.
According to Interim Head Coach, Rob Howley, Jones is undergoing a 24-hour assessment to see whether he will be fit for next weekend's match against England.
Rob Howley praised Wales' performance against Scotland and the "extradordinary" efforts of the pack. He said Ryan Jones is undergoing a 24-hour assessment for the shoulder injury which forced him off the pitch in yesterday's game.
Hopes of Wales retaining the Six Nations trophy are still high after they beat Scotland at Murrayfield.
It was a hard fought away win. The result means the title could ultimately be decided next Saturday in Cardiff when Wales take on England.
Scotland 18 - 28 Wales (FT)
Wales have won their Six Nations game against Scotland. Sam Warburton was named man of the match.
Wales are in a strong position at half time during their Six Nations clash against Scotland.
An early try from Richard Hibbart, with a Halfpenny conversion helped put the Welsh side ahead.
At half time the score stood at Scotland 12 - 13 Wales.
Our sports reporter, Nick Hartley, has arrived at Murrayfield ahead of the Six Nations clash between Scotland and Wales.
Very wet on sides of pitch at Murrayfield. Stopped raining now but likely to very very greasy/heavy under foot. http://t.co/HYX591rHuJ
Just arrived at a very wet Murrayfield. http://t.co/0AkXbYo7L6
Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde says Wales Captain Ryan Jones has learnt from a difficult Autumn series and is leading by example.