Wales defence coach Shaun Edwards has brushed off any suggestion that tomorrow's meeting with Scotland is a game with nothing to play for, despite both sides being unable to win the championship.
It's the first time since 2010 that Wales have gone into the final game of the Six Nations unable to win the title. But Edwards says that should have no bearing on how Wales approach the match.
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