Although Wales had to content with plenty of injury concerns they still sitting nicely in second place on the log.
This week is another big one for Wales as they host England in Cardiff and it looks like George North will earn his 100th Wales cap this weekend after he has recovered from the ey injury he picked up against Ireland in round 1.
Here is the current log standings:
2021 Guinness Six Nations
This put some perspective on how big the win was against Scotland if you consider that Wales was without a quarter for their original 36-man squad when they faced the Scotts two weeks ago.
Good news is that North, Jonathan Davies and Johnny Williams are available for selection and wing Josh Adams will also be available after serving a two match ban for breaching coronavirus protocols.
Chances are also good that Halfpenny will be available as he is busy with return to play protocols for a head injury he suffered against Scotland.
At this stage only Williams is ruled out of the England clash.
Beating England this weekend is not another step forward to taking the Six Nations but they will also clinch the Triple Crown.
For England every test now is crucial after they loss at home against Scotland in round 1. England is a world class team and we expect a massive effort from them on Saturday.