Scotland's heaviest Six Nations defeat came in Cardiff in 2014, losing 51-3 after Stuart Hogg was sent off in the first half.
Adams will be joined in the back three by school friend Steffan Evans and British & Irish Lions full-back Leigh Halfpenny, while Hadleigh Parkes and Scott Williams link up in midfield. Couldn't haul in the final pass for what might have been the try of the championship. "We go into the game at 2.30 tomorrow and whoever's won the game's won the game and it won't really matter who the favourites were".
"We went to Murrayfield a year ago with a view of being dominant, which we were for large parts of the game, but a couple of scrums went down, we brought the referee into it, and then some 50-50 calls went against us".
"They've beaten us previous year and they're favourites coming to Cardiff and we'll look forward to that".
Given their form, Welsh skipper Jones is expecting a titanic tussle at Principality Stadium.
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"We are very conscious of the brand of rugby they are playing at the minute and their evolution over the last 18 months". They will want to stay in the team I am sure.
"It's going to be a great spectacle and people are probably expecting a try-fest".
It is arguable that Welsh would not have got this opportunity to resume his global career - along with Scott Lawson who is on the bench - had it not been for the injuries that have struck Townsend's squad, but the Newcastle forward says he never gave up hope of a recall.
It was harum-scarum stuff but it took seven minutes for the first score and it was opportunistic with scrum-half Gareth Davies picking off an ill-judged pass from opposite number Ali Price inside Wales' half and then having the gas to beat centre Chris Harris to the line.
Ali Price and Finn Russell form a unsafe half back partnership.
The Scots made a rapid start with a big burst into the 22 by giant lock Jonny Gray in the second minute only for Wales to scramble and flanker Josh Navidi to win a vital turnover.
"That was a massive performance", said the back-row. "We will have to play even better than in November if we are going to win".
"Maybe they will bring in elements of the way Scarlets play because of the numbers they have or maybe it will happen naturally on the pitch because of the combinations the guys are so used to from week in, week out at club level".