Scotland have made three changes for the second week in a row to their starting line-up for the final Guinness Six Nations match against Wales in Cardiff.
Sam Skinner, injured for the start of the championship and who made his first appearance for Scotland in seven months off the bench in the win against France, starts with Scott Cummings dropping to the bench. Cummings had started all four games of the championship so far.
Stuart McInally again swaps places with Fraser Brown, a move that head coach Gregor Townsend flagged up last week as likely given the short turnaround of six days between the French and Welsh games.
Magnus Bradbury returns at No 8 for Nick Haining with no doubt the same reason in mind, although the Australian, who was cleared of a possible citation for incidents in the French game yesterday, misses out anyway due to illness.
Cory Hill will start for Wales with Jake Ball out due to shoulder surgery, while Rhys Webb will make his first start since returning from France.
The game remains on, scheduled for the Principality Stadium at 2.15 pm on Saturday, ahead of updated government advice on containing the COVID-19 outbreak. Both the other games set for the championship finale of “Super Saturday” have been postponed until October.
Scotland team: Stuart Hogg (Exeter Chiefs, capt); Sean Maitland (Saracens), Chris Harris (Gloucester), Sam Johnson (Glasgow Warriors), Blair Kinghorn (Edinburgh); Adam Hastings (Glasgow Warriors), Ali Price (Glasgow Warriors); Rory Sutherland (Edinburgh), Stuart McInally (Edinburgh), Zander Fagerson (Glasgow Warriors); Sam Skinner (Exeter Chiefs), Grant Gilchrist (Edinburgh); Jamie Ritchie (Edinburgh), Hamish Watson (Edinburgh), Magnus Bradbury (Edinburgh).
Replacements: Fraser Brown (Glasgow Warriors), Allan Dell (London Irish), WP Nel (Edinburgh), Scott Cummings (Glasgow Warriors), Matt Fagerson (Glasgow Warriors), George Horne (Glasgow Warriors), Duncan Weir (Worcester Warriors), Kyle Steyn (Glasgow Warriors).