Wales Make Two Changes To Face Scotland
Wales play the second game in the rugby Six Nations Championship tomorrow (Saturday) at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium knowing that a good win would settle the nerves of the Welsh supporters after last Saturday’s loss to England. Wales have made two changes to the side that lost to England, Cardiff Blues winger Leigh Halfpenny replaces his regional team mate Tom James and Ospreys Jonathan Thomas replaces Luke Charteris at second row.
Alun Wyn Jones will be wanting to have an ‘incident free’ game after his yellow card against England cost the Welsh team 17 points. The Scots make three changes to the side that lost to France in the opening game, Dan Parks, Euan Murray and Rory Lamont replace Phil Godman, Moray Low and Max Evans.