Pivac confident Scarlets forwards ready to dominate
22 November 2014 15:00pm
Pivac is adamant that the Scarlets pack, which includes the likes of Jacobie Adriaanse, will be pivotal in the coming weeks
After victory over Glasgow Warriors ensured they will end 2014 unbeaten at home in the GUINNESS PRO12, Scarlets head coach Wayne Pivac insists the physicality of his pack will stand them in good stead in the coming weeks.
With only three away league games remaining for Scarlets this year, they will enter 2015 having secured ten wins and one draw in the previous 12 months.
A low-scoring first half under the Friday night lights at Parc y Scarlets saw the home side go into the break with a 9-3 lead.
Glasgow fly-half Peter Horne's two penalties levelled things up before Scarlets kicker Steven Shingler put his side back in front with 64 minutes played.
A tense final quarter of the game ensued but replacement Rory Pitman barrelled his way over with three minutes to go to secure a 19-9 victory.
Scarlets head coach Wayne Pivac has been forced to make three changes to last week's starting line-up due to injuries with Gareth Owen, Peter Edwards and Steff Hughes drafted into the starting XV to replace Michael Collins, Samson Lee and Scott Williams.