Martyn Williams replaces the unfortunate Ryan Jones as Wales captain for the clash against Scotloand.
Ryan Jones has been forced to withdraw from Wales' RBS Six Nations clash with Scotland at Murrayfield this afternoon (Sunday) after failing a late fitness test on a calf strain.
The Wales captain will be replaced in the back row by Scarlets flanker Dafydd Jones, with uncapped Blues lock Bradley Davies coming into the squad as a replacement and Martyn Williams taking on the captaincy duties.
Jones has a minor strain to his calf and will be re-assessed next week, but is hoping to make a swift recovery.
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