Wales have kept their Grand Slam dream alive after defeating Scotland in their Six Nations clash at Murrayfield.
Wales will be crowned Six Nations Grand Slam champions if they beat Ireland next Saturday after surviving a major scare to beat Scotland 18-11 at Murrayfield.
Wales last won the title back in 2013.
Fans on both sides were in high spirits after the game.
This is the unbeaten tournament leaders' fourth successive Six Nations victory - and their 13th of a record-breaking winning run.
But they were pushed to the limit by a resilient Scotland team that dominated the second period as Wales were kept scoreless between the 30th and 79th minutes.
Despite a week dominated by rugby politics about the future template for Wales' professional regional game, though, Warren Gatland's men just about put it behind them.