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Despite losing their opening three games, Italy have impressed in spells particularly with their strength up front and their scavenging back-row.
Still on paper Wales remain overwhelming favourites on paper having averaged over 40 points against Italy in their home matches in the RBS 6 Nations.
But Edwards maintains Italy will still pose a stiff challenge and is adamant his team have been prepped to deal with it.
"We have two home games in front of us, and you have to realise that if you are to win a Championship you have to do so in a variety of ways,” he said.
“Sometimes you have to grind it out and dig really deep, which we did in Ireland, and throughout a campaign there will be telling moments when you have to adapt to different situations and defences.
"England had incredible line speed in their defence and we had to adapt to that, and Scotland came out fighting in the first-half, but we weathered the storm and dominated the second-half.
“We want to go out there and play attacking, entertaining rugby, and when they [Italy] get the ball we want to attack them with our defence.
“There will be no complacency tomorrow because the players are all fighting for their places.
"They will want to make sure they hold on to the jersey because we have pressure in virtually every position.
“No-one wants to lose their spot in the team. We are trying to improve with each performance and give of our best.”