Scottish coach Andy Robinson has rubbished suggestions that his side are solely relying on the trusty boot of Chris Paterson to win Test matches.
The Scots have not scored a try for three matches with Paterson – who picks up his 100th cap against Wales this afternoon – kicking all nine points in their RBS 6 Nations opening defeat to France last week.
Robinson is not concerned about the lack of five pointers but insists their game-plan will not change at the Millennium Stadium.
“We’re playing away from home and need to have tactics that enable us to win the game,” he said.
“There is no doubt that Chris will go out there and deliver, as he has for the 99 times he’s played, but this game is not only about Chris.
“If the team looks around and waits for Chris to do things we’ll lose.
“We are striving to go out and score tries, but the main thing is trying to accumulate pressure on the opposition to score points. If we win 15-6 without scoring any tries we’ll be happy.”