Wales coach Warren Gatland says Wales' final game of the Six Nations is a chance to end the tournament on a positive note following last weekend's decisive loss to England.
Saturday is an opportunity for us to put in a performance we know we can and finish the Six Nations on a high.
Scotland will come looking to play some rugby and had a morale boosting win against Italy and were unlucky to lose against France in recent weeks.
We will be looking for a more accurate execution this week to finish with a win at home in Cardiff.
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