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Alun Wyn Jones wants to see a sharper cutting edge from Wales when they face Scotland in the Six Nations at Murrayfield on Saturday.
The Welsh travel to Edinburgh after launching their 2021 campaign with a 21-16 win at home to Ireland.
But despite having a man advantage for more than an hour after Ireland flanker Peter O’Mahony was sent off, Wales might still have lost had not Billy Burns’ last-ditch kick gone dead instead of finding touch for a close-range attacking line-out.
As well as a raft of injuries, Wales must contend with a resurgent Scotland buoyed by an 11-6 Calcutta Cup win over reigning champions England — their first victory at Twickenham since 1983.
“Our scrum was improved…and we were pleased with the line-out defence,” Wales captain Jones told a conference call on Friday.
“We probably let a couple…
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