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  1. Wales beat Scotland 27-23 in Cardiff
  2. Wales tries from G Davies, Roberts, North
  3. Seymour and Taylor tries for Scotland
  4. France beat Ireland 10-9 in Paris
  5. Late Medard try secures home win

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By Aimee Lewis and James Standley

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    While the debate over the validity of Gareth Davies' try continues on social media, it's time for us to say goodbye. 

    Thanks, as always, for joining us. France's victory over Ireland was forgettable, but Wales and Scotland put on a fine spectacle for us. 

    What will England and Italy serve up? England take on the Italians, who are licking their wounds after a narrow opening day defeat by France, in Rome on Sunday. 

    That match will be live on BBC Radio 5 live, with highlights at 19:00 on BBC Two, while there will of course be live text coverage from us. Until tomorrow...

  2. "England could be vulnerable against Italy"

    Italy v England (Sunday, 14:00 GMT)

    Andy Nicol

    Former Scotland international on BBC One

    “After such a disappointing World Cup for Italy, it was a great performance last week. If England are ever going to be vulnerable against Italy, this could be it.”

  3. Six Nations table - as it stands

    Unbeaten France are top of the pile, though they haven't do so with panache. Wales are second, but England will leapfrog them if Italy are defeated on Sunday. 

    Six Nations standings
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  6. Gareth Davies' try - should it have stood?

    Jeremy Guscott

    Former England international on BBC Red Button

    Jeremy Guscott explains why it should not have been allowed:

    "When Dan Biggar kicked the ball Gareth Davies was offside. Jamie Roberts then puts everyone onside when he chases and taps it back - bar Gareth Davies. Roberts never got ahead of Davies, so as soon as he touches the ball Davies is offside.

  7. Davies' controversial try

    France 10-9 Ireland; Wales 27-23 Scotland

    Was Gareth Davies offside before he collected Jamie Roberts' knock-back and scored in the corner? The experts say yes, some fans disagree...

  8. France 'so far behind'

    France 10-9 Ireland; Wales 27-23 Scotland

    Martyn Williams

    Former Wales captain

    "If you're speaking to any of the players who have been in France they're so far behind in terms of fitness. When they come back to their national sides they're not fit enough."

  9. "Flair sucked out of French rugby"

    Andy Nicol

    Former Scotland international on BBC One

    “The ambition and the flair that we’re used to seeing has been sucked out of French rugby. French rugby has to majorly change its attitude. The influx of foreign players in the French league has had a huge impact.”

  10. Six Nations Forum

    France 10-9 Ireland

    John Inverdale and co are now chatting about France's victory over Ireland in Paris. It was a turgid affair, but the 10-9 victory keeps the French on course for a Grand Slam.

  11. North back to the fore

    Metres made
  12. "Wales are a great side"

    FT: Wales 27-23 Scotland

    Andy Nicol

    Former Scotland international on BBC One

    “Warburton was quiet today but the other quality in the Wales team saw them through. That is the sign of a great side.”

  13. "Sometimes you have to win ugly"

    FT: Wales 27-23 Scotland

    Wales head coach Warren Gatland: “I don’t think you can take anything away from Scotland, they made it a proper match. For us, with a six-day turnaround, we are happy with the victory. Sometimes you have to win ugly by grinding out a performance. A little bit disappointed we conceded a soft try late on which brought us under a bit of pressure but there is no easy match in this Six Nations.”

    Warren Gatland
  14. 'Roberts a conundrum'

    FT: Wales 27-23 Scotland

    Martyn Williams

    Former Wales captain

    "It's a real conundrum for the Welsh management and the team - how are they going to progress. They are trying to expand but they're not there yet.

    "His try wasn't a pre-worked move, Jamie's just seen that." 

  15. 'Wales were better'

    FT: Wales 27-23 Scotland

    Jeremy Guscott

    Former England international on BBC Red Button

    "Wales won because the better side started to play better. The Welsh players are better than the Scottish players and as well as the Scots played, we should remember that Wales came into the Championship as favourites.

    "Scotland played well in the World Cup but they have a poor record against sides above them in the rankings - the expectation is too high on Scotland."

  16. "I don't like losing"

    FT: Wales 27-23 Scotland

    Scotland head coach Vern Cotter is a dejected man. 

    "It doesn't get any easier," says Cotter. "I don’t like losing. The information from that game will make us grumpier and will help us push for that win. The attitude was better so if we can build on that we can keep on improving. We need to get better at stopping teams scoring."    

    Vern Cotter
  17. Six Nations Forum

    FT: Wales 27-23 Scotland

    The match is over, but the talking continues in the Six Nations Forum which you can watch on this page or on the Red Button. "There's too much expectation on this Scottish side to win games," says Jeremy Guscott. 

  18. "We can improve"

    FT: Wales 27-23 Scotland

    More from Wales wing George North: "The game itself was a quick game. The first half didn’t lend itself to wing play – there was a lot of turnovers. We can improve in certain areas – being a bit more clinical with certain things and keeping teams penned in."

  19. Wales 27-23 Scotland

    Scotland have yet to beat Wales in the Warren Gatland era. It's now nine straight defeats against the Welsh. 

    Here are a few stats for you to chew on.

  20. 'Wales can improve'

    FT Wales 27-23 Scotland

    Speaking of George North... 

    "In the second half we came out strongly," says the Wales winger. "We came out with the points we needed and sometimes you've got to win ugly to keep going. 

    "The form Scotland had in the World Cup and coming here today, we knew they were a team with quality. Considering we had a six-day turnaround, the character the boys showed was outstanding. 

    "The way we played today, we can definitely improve on some things."