Wales v Scotland: Hosts name team and confirm a rugby world record will be broken
Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones will become the most capped international in rugby union history against Scotland in Llanelli on Saturday.
The lock forward has been selected to make his 149th international appearance.
It will be his 140th game for Wales and he has also won nine caps for the British & Irish Lions.
Jones captains a side showing six changes from that beaten by France in a Paris friendly last weekend.
Cardiff Blues flanker Shane Lewis-Hughes makes his debut, with Will Rowlands and Tomas Francis also coming into the pack.
Gareth Davies replaces Rhys Webb at scrum-half, Owen Watkin comes into the centre and Liam Williams returns in the back three at the expense of George North.
Wales are trying to stop a losing run which extended to four games with the defeat in Paris.
Scotland, by contrast, are seeking a fourth consecutive win. However, the Scots have not win in Wales since 2002.