Women of Six Nations: Hannah Jones captained Wales in fifth place in the play-off against Scotland

Wales, along with Hannah Jones (third from right), looked sad after losing 45-0 to Ireland
Hannah Jones (third from right) played as Wales lost 45-0 against Ireland
Location: Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow Date: Saturday, April 24th Kick-off: 5:00 pm BST
Scope: Live on BBC iPlayer, BBC Two Scotland, BBC Radio Wales, the BBC Sport website and app.

Center Hannah Jones will captain Wales in the race for fifth place in the Women’s Six Nations against Scotland.

Jones hopes GB Sevens wears the captain’s armband in place of Siwan Lillicrap, who is sidelined with an ankle injury.

Scrum-half Megan Davies and hooker Robyn Lock start their first Six Nations.

Head coach Warren Abrahams made nine personnel changes as Wales wanted to finish strong after a tough loss against Ireland and deep in France.

Gemma Rowland came on to partner Jones in the middle, and the start for Caitlin Lewis on the left wing shifted Jasmine Joyce to full-back.

Robyn Wilkins went from full-back to fly-half with Elinor Snowsill out of the squad.

Bethan Dainton started on the open side in place of the injured Lillicrap, with Manon Johnes turning to the blind side and Georgia Evans moving to number eight.

Substitutes for Gwenllian Jenkins, Abbie Fleming, Shona Powell-Hughes, Jade Knight and Megan Webb are all set to make their debut in the competition.

“We are very pleased with the opportunity to feature once again in the Six Nations match and represent the uniforms,” ​​said Abrahams.

“We have had some injuries – Siwan in particular had a huge loss as captain and one of our players who have stood out to date – but also it is an opportunity to give others the chance to raise their hands to next year’s Rugby World Cup.

“It’s great to see some of the leaders take on additional responsibilities with Hannah Jones as captain and one of our Georgia leaders stepping up as vice-captain.

“It’s an honor to be in this position, opportunities like this don’t come every day so we have to take responsibility now and make this important.

“We know we didn’t start well in our first two games, we have to make sure we get straight out of the block on Saturday and build our innings from there.”

Wales: Jasmine Joyce; Lisa Neumann, Gemma Rowland, Hannah Jones (captain), Caitlin Lewis; Robyn Wilkins, Megan Davies; Caryl Thomas, Robyn Lock, Donna Rose, Natalia John, Teleri Wyn Davies, Manon Johnes, Bethan Dainton, Georgia Evans.

Replacement: Kelsey Jones, Gwenllian Jenkins, Cerys Hale, Gwen Crabb, Shona Powell-Hughes, Abbie Fleming, Jade Knight, Megan Webb.