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That success was a product of a totally dominant set-piece, not dissimilar to the senior side’s dismantling of the Italian scrum in Rome on the same weekend.
And while Wales have shown they know how to win ugly, they are not afraid to throw the ball about when conditions are conducive, as evidenced by the three-try first half blitz of the French in the previous round.
But with an IRB Junior World Championship to prepare for, Wales finished third at last year’s tournament, Wilson admits he is not afraid to continue to chop and change for their trip to Scotland.
“Hopefully we can carry on producing this sort of level and go to Scotland and get a win next time out as well,” he said.
“As I have said all along it’s important that we have a squad for the World Cup this summer and not just a team.
“In that tournament you have four day turnarounds between games and we want to be able to change people where possible.
“We are building a squad and all of a sudden we are starting to have a few selection headaches, but some good headaches.
“We will take every game one at a time, we have to know draw a line under this game and prepare for Scotland next up.”
Scotland meanwhile, have bounced back in style from their opening day defeat to England, winning their last two games in fine style.
Last weekend’s 21-20 win over Ireland owed much to the nerveless kicking of Tommy Allan who slotted over a last-gasp conversion to complete the comeback victory.
But it is far from a straight shoot-out between Scotland and Wales for the title with England, three-times champions in the last five years, still in the mix.
Rob Hunter’s side put France to the sword last weekend as skipper Jack Clifford ran in a hat-trick in their 40-10 success.
Next up for England are the winless Italians who they welcome to Northampton in a clash that could easily set up a title decider against Wales in two weeks’ time.