WALES Women have made two changes in their bid for a first Six Nations win of the campaign against Scotland in Glasgow on Friday night.

Head coach Rowland Phillips brings full-back Lauren Smyth and centre Lleucu George into the XV that lost 51-12 to Grand Slam-chasing England in Cardiff last round.

George will make her first Test start as a three-quarter at Scotstoun Stadium in Glasgow (kick-off 7.40pm) – she has moved from the back row to fly-half and inside centre with Cardiff Met and the Scarlets this season.

The pack is unchanged but Beth Lewis and Alex Callender switch flanks and back row forward Manon Johnes comes back into the 23.

Wales have suffered heavy losses against the power of France and England either side of a battling 3-3 draw with Italy.

Scotland have lost all three games but Phillips knows that his side will have to battle hard for the spoils at Scotstoun after edging to an 18-17 win when the sides met in Colwyn Bay last year and after losing 15-14 in Cumbernauld in 2017.

The head coach said: "We've been able to take positives from all three games so far in the tournament, despite the disappointing results.

"Now we need to build on our strengths and make further progress in other areas to produce an improved performance all round against Scotland.

"Our defence has been good as has our set-piece, and we showed against England that we can produce good attacking play too when we get the ball.

"Historically, there's not much between Wales and Scotland, it will be like a cup final for both of us.

"Scotland are a good side and had a positive autumn campaign so they will be disappointed by the start of their Six Nations.

"We have to concentrate on ourselves.

"We have confidence in our processes, we know we have the talent in our squad and if we show what we are capable of, the results will come."

Wales Women: Lauren Smyth (Ospreys); Jasmine Joyce (Scarlets), Hannah Jones (Scarlets), Lleucu George (Scarlets), Jess Kavanagh (RGC); Robyn Wilkins (Blues), Keira Bevan (Ospreys); Caryl Thomas (Dragons), Carys Phillips (captain, Ospreys), Amy Evans (Ospreys), Gwen Crabb (Ospreys), Mel Clay (Ospreys), Alex Callender (Scarlets), Bethan Lewis (Dragons) Siwan Lillicrap (Ospreys)

Replacements: Kelsey Jones (Ospreys), Cara Hope (Ospreys), Cerys Hale (Dragons), Alisha Butchers (Scarlets), Manon Johnes (Cardiff Blues), Ffion Lewis (Scarlets), Lisa Neumann (RGC); Elinor Snowsill (Bristol Bears)