DAN Biggar insisted his side will continue to play with an edge to them in the second test against South Africa.

Wales conceded 15 penalties in the first test, compared to South Africa’s seven, and were also on the end of four yellow cards.

“We had a real edge to us and we make no apologies for that,” said Biggar. “We tried to get amongst South Africa, under their skin a little bit and turn it into a bit of a scrap as well.

“We are well aware that if you just gift them everything, roll over and be whiter than white, then you are going to come off second-best quite comfortably.

“Admittedly, it was disappointing the way it (first test) came to an end for us, but I think with the performance we produced, it was quite easy to get back on the horse.

“The boys have been in good spirits and really looking forward to this weekend to go one better.”

Wayne Pivac confirmed that Wales have sought and received feedback from World Rugby following the first test.

Pivac was clearly still frustrated with Louis Rees-Zammit’s sin-binning, which came seven minutes from time.

“I think that was the most unlucky play in the match,” he said. “Clearly, from our point of view we thought it was an excellent play.

“That was a big moment in the game for us and very disappointing.

“We know there were areas in the game which we need to improve on in terms of our discipline, but we felt also that there were some things which didn’t go our way.”