Evans: A complete performance is on the way
MAX Evans believes Scotland are on the verge of a complete performance as he prepares to return to the Millennium Stadium, the arena where his brother Thom suffered a career-ending neck injury.
Scotland travel to Cardiff for the second round of the RBS 6 Nations, with the Millennium Stadium roof set to be closed as the visitors seek to take on Wales at their own expansive game.
Wing Evans is certain Andy Robinson's men can improve on their showing in the 13-6 loss to England, when chance after try-scoring chance was lost.
Evans said: "It's going to continue to be the time to deliver. We need to deliver a good performance.
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"We've got to keep the confidence we had going into that England game.
"We did put in a good performance and it was just the small margins — get those right and it's a complete performance."
Evans is confident Scotland's profligacy with the try line in sight has been resolved by some focused training sessions.
He said: "It's been addressed, so let's hope we get it right against Wales.
"We've been setting ourselves up in similar situations as we got ourselves in against England.
"We will get in those positions against Wales. It's knowing the right thing to do.
"Where we might not have gone the right way during the game, we've corrected that in case we're in a similar position against Wales."