Wales will play host to Scotland in Round 5 of the Guinness Six Nations on Saturday as Gregor Townsend’s side look to make it three wins on the spin.
Wales opened their campaign with victory over Italy, but have since lost away to Ireland and England, as well as at home to France, and will be keen to finish on a high.
Team selection could be crucial, with both coaches set to announce their sides on Thursday.
Wales will be first up at midday, with Pivac set to announce his 23 for the encounter.
Dillon Lewis went off at half-time at Twickenham, and Wales will need to decide whether he is ready to go.
Jake Ball will certainly be missing through injury, so there will be a change in the second row, with four different players having covered lock off the bench so far in the Championship.
It would appear that one of Cory Hill, Adam Beard, Will Rowlands or Aaron Shingler would be in line to replace Ball.
Then at 1.15pm, Townsend will follow suit as he tries to mastermind a team to win in Cardiff for the first time since 2002, when he was part of the Scotland side.
Townsend made three changes for the win over France, with all three of Fraser Brown, Grant Gilchrist and Nick Haining playing their part in the victory over Les Bleus.
So the decision now is whether to stick with the same XV, or make any changes to his side for the trip to Cardiff.