Autumn Nations Cup second round sees a changed Welsh side take on Georgians in the early evening teams are looking for their first victory of the competition

Wales ended their six-game losing streak with a toothless win over Georgia in a rainy Parc y Scarlets

A very changed team, with 13 changes from the one that lost to Ireland in Dublin, have achieved relatively few wins without ever risking much to lose

Louis Rees-Zammit and Rhys Webb’s tries got the job done, with Callum Sheedy, on his first start for his country, with two penalties and one conversion

The Wales ‘attackers’ provided Wales with the territory and possession they wanted in a wet and windy Llanelli, but it took some time for Wales to move forward – with Sheedy floating a quick pass to Rees-Zammit to pass the youngster for his first try for Wales at 26 minutes

The second half was even rambling as the first, as Wales never looked likely to lose their lead, but just as unlikely to add to it

However, with four minutes remaining, the fine work of newbie Johnny Williams and Sheedy helped Rees-Zammit become a supplier for Webb

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“He relished the opportunity to play at the back first, then play with the youngsters, he was always going to be vocal”

“I found it difficult when he took a boot in his mouth He has about 15 stitches in his mouth He will be fine though”

“It was an incident that in my opinion warranted more than a yellow card Unfortunately it paid him off for the rest of the game”

“But there was good performance Far from perfect, but a step in the right direction”

“The boys put in a lot of effort there, but it was very difficult to manage the ball We tried to score more points

From there, Sheedy’s quick hands put Rees-Zammit into space and he fed inside for Webb to score

He’s shot down by the last man, but he’s pinged to keep moving after the tackle is over

Never mind that the Georgian 12 comes off on the wrong side when the tackle was over

After 10 phases, Webb sneaks in but tries a miracle unload which does not happen

James Davies replaces Tipuric, while Hardy’s debut ends with the arrival of Rhys Webb

We watch the shot again and it looks bad from Saginadze – meeting and catching Tipuric in the head with a swinging arm

The possible mitigating factor here is that Tipuric fell as a result of the first tackle

He finds Tipuric with an unload but the flanker is apparently knocked out in the tackle

The first concern is for his well-being, but there might be sudden reckless questions here

Nice kick from Sheedy behind and it results in a Welsh roster as Tabutsadze carries him in contact

Having had one last warning in the first half, they cannot afford to see the number of penalties climb in this half

From there they seem to go after the melee However, Samson Lee remains legal while Georgia does not

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