Scotland captain Finn Russell addressed the media before Saturday's Six Nations opener with Wales in Cardiff.
Here are the key points...
Expecting fast, exciting, free-flowing game but both teams will need to deal with "slightly greasier conditions".
The atmosphere inside the Principality Stadium is "one of the best in the world"
Welsh players become different players when they pull on the red jersey
Both teams "have a point to prove", which will lead to an exciting game
The roof being closed does not change much for his game plan - "I was at Racing 92 for five years in an indoor arena"
"Wales have some new faces who will be wanting to put on a show for the coaches and that makes them even more dangerous"
Scotland need to bring "belief in themselves over arrogance" if they want to win.