Warren Gatland might have come under fire for his side's inadequacies against England last week but the Wales boss insists his side will bounce back against Scotland - and in style.
Wales were heavily criticised for their under-par showing in their 30-17 RBS 6 Nations curtain raising defeat against old enemies England last week.
Scotland are expected to try to reduce the game to a forwards scrap but Wales boss Gatland is adamant his side will be allowed to express themselves.
“We’ve thought in the last few weeks that referees have been a lot more positive in letting teams play the ball,” said Gatland.
“So if we get some quality ball on the front foot, we are going to move it.
“We want to run the ball and entertain the crowd. We want people to come to the game and be excited by some real good rugby.
“We’ve each got a responsibility to the public, the media, the sponsors and everyone to try to produce some positive rugby.”