CARDIFF, Wales (AP) -- Wales coach Warren Gatland has made six changes to its starting line-up to face Scotland at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday in the Six Nations.
Dan Biggar will start at flyhalf for the first time of the tournament, teaming up with Mike Phillips at halfback. Three changes come in the backline with Liam Williams and Phillips replacing the injured duo Leigh Halfpenny and Rhys Webb.
The rest of the backs are unchanged from Sunday's 29-18 loss at Twickenham while Gethin Jenkins will become Wales' most-capped player when he makes his 105th appearance in the pack.?
Jenkins will play alongside forwards Ken Owens and Rhodri Jones, who have been handed their first starts of the campaign. In the second row, Luke Charteris returns from injury alongside Alun Wyn Jones.