Scotland 18 - 28 Wales

Match info: Six Nations at BT Murrayfield, Edinburgh

Date: 09/03/2013 KO: 14:30 Att: 67,144

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers


PenaltiesLaidlaw (6, 12, 27, 37, 49, 60)



TriesHibbard (22)ConversionsHalfpenny (22)PenaltiesHalfpenny (5, 40, 46, 55, 57, 67, 71)

FT (ht: 12-13)

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  • Full-time at Murrayfield with Wales winning 18-28, setting up what will be a Championship decider against England next weekend. Thanks for following but stay with us as Ireland v France is next!

  • JAMES YELLOW! Wales loosehead prop James goes to the sin-bin for hands in a ruck so Scotland are up against fourteen men now with five metres proving to be their Everest. They can't overcome the Welsh wall as ultimately a Scottish player holds on in the tackle. Warburton is named the man-of-the-match.

  • Nothing doing for Scotland, who still have just those six Laidlaw penalties to their name. They are five metres out though here and looking to throw a name in the try column as forwards pick and go.

  • Scotland need a score and could well be their way to just that if they come wide to the left. But what a containing hit that is from a Welsh defender, who it turns out was offside. It goes into the corner.

  • HALFPENNY PENALTY! 18-28! Joubert blows for Scotland not engaging at scrum-time when it looked as though the Welsh had gone early. That decision won't please hooker Ford and also the coaching duo.

  • It's a Welsh scrum on the Scottish ten-metre after replacement Ryan Wilson knocks-on in his Test debut. Hopefully things get better for the forward. For Wales, they will want to stay down here.

  • HALFPENNY PENALTY! 18-25! So many penalties today as Joubert this time pings Lamont for offside. Twelve minutes to go then and Wales are seven points to the good and in truth, deservedly so.

  • Wales could make Scotland pay now as replacement Ken Owens takes it, 40 metres from the Scottish line. Promising stuff from Wales as Phillips seems to be taking the right options with a penalty advantage.

  • Well well well. Scotland have another kickable penalty after Warburton is penalised in the tackle. However, Laidlaw isn't successful this time so the gap remains four. Will that miss cost Scotland?

  • LAIDLAW PENALTY! 18-22! Tipuric goes off his feet so Scotland crucially cut matters back down to four.

  • HALFPENNY PENALTY! 15-22! He is in the groove now as a long-range shot extends the lead to seven.

  • HALFPENNY PENALTY! 15-19! Ford is not a happy man right now as Joubert blows for the Scottish pack going early at scrum-time. This kick will push the Welsh four points ahead and that is what happens.

  • Scotland have just collapsed a maul on halfway close to the touchline so that leads to Biggar nudging the ball into touch. It is a great touch-finder too as Wales move into the 22, looking for points.

  • Ryan Jones has left the field with what looks like a hand injury so on comes Justin Tipuric.

  • LAIDLAW PENALTY! 15-16! That it is.

  • Scotland look to respond in quick time and they could well do just that as Wales pull down a driving maul. This shot for Laidlaw is approximately 30 metres out on the angle so it should be three points.

  • HALFPENNY PENALTY! 12-16! The full-back makes no mistake from bang in front. Costly from Beattie.

  • Wales are banging on the door here as Hibbard bumps off a couple of would-be tacklers. It now comes from left to right as the phases start to rack up against this blue wall. Beattie is penalised now.

  • Laidlaw misses a long-range attempt after Faletau infringed so Wales remain in front. And now it is the visitors looking to trouble the scoreboard as Warburton's penalty win pushes his side downfield.

  • Welcome back for the conclusion of this pivotal game in the Championship. Both sides need big wins to put as much pressure on 2013 leaders England but at the moment it looks like going down to the wire.


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