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2009 Six Nations
7 Feb-21 March

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Martyn Williams, Wales; Graeme Morrison, Scotland

Scotland 13-26 Wales: A home win looks unlikely but Scotland have only lost one of their last five matches at Murrayfield to Wales

Allan Jacobsen, Geoff Cross, Scotland; Andy Powell, Wales

With Gavin Henson out Wales look to their powerful forward line, including Blues' Andy Powell, to secure an opening win

Concerned Welsh players surround the injured Geoff Cross of Scotland

Welsh players surround the injured Geoff Cross of Scotland who is taken off, as well as shown a yellow card for dangerous play

Tom Shanklin, Wales

Wales grab the first try of the game, a beautiful move involving Mike Phillips and Lee Byrne before Tom Shanklin goes over

Alun Wyn Jones, Wales

Stephen Jones clears two tackles, Philips is involved again, and Alun Wyn Jones adds Wales' second try with the Scottish scrum in tatters

Chris Paterson, Scotland; Andy Powell, Wales

Chris Paterson kicks a penalty and makes a decent run that only Powell can stop, as Scotland refuse to be rolled over

Lee Byrne, Wales

Nothing, it seems, can stop Wales today, with further points from Jones' boot and Leigh Halfpenny's try

Allan Jacobsen, Scotland; Tom Shanklin, Wales

While Wales demonstrate the form and play of favourites, Scotland, under pressure, make the errors of wooden spoon candidates

Stephen Jones, Wales; Ali Hogg, Scotland

Wales appear to slow down without conceeding their dominance, and another Shane Williams Six Nations try seals the win

Max Evans, Scotland

The home side refuse to give up and Max Evans brilliantly hops through the Wales defence for his first international try late on

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Six Nations guide 2009
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