Wales fly-half Dan Biggar admits the side are still ruing an off-colour 40 minutes against England, which he believes was the difference between being crowned RBS 6 Nations champions and missing out to Eddie Jones' men.
Dan Lydiate was left to rue what might have been after Wales' nine-try 67-14 win over Italy at Principality Stadium, but praised his team's all-round performance as they secured second place in the RBS 6 Nations.
Wales banished memories of last weekend's defeat to England and ran in nine tries for a 67-14 win against Italy at Principality Stadium as they answered emphatically any questions about the potency of their attack.
Whatever happens at Principality Stadium on Saturday Italy are guaranteed to finish bottom of the 2016 RBS 6 Nations title - but they will be keen to finish with a flourish and send Jacques Brunel off in style.
He was not even included in Wales' 23-man squad for their RBS 6 Nations opener against Ireland in Dublin, but such was his impact after answering an injury SOS mid-tournament, blindside flanker Dan Lydiate was voted the 2012 Player of the Championship.