Wales 18-0 Georgia
|Wales (10) 18|
|Tries: Rees-Zammit, Webb Con: Sheedy Pens: Sheedy 2|
|Georgia (0) 0|
Wales ended their run of six defeats with an unconvincing Autumn Nations Cup win over Georgia in wet conditions at Parc y Scarlets.
Tries from teenage wing Louis Rees-Zammit and scrum-half Rhys Webb, plus eight points from fly-half Callum Sheedy, sealed the win.
Wales will have to improve with England visiting Llanelli next Saturday.
Wayne Pivac also has concerns over flanker Justin Tipuric.
What the Wales head coach does in terms of selection next week remains to be seen with many experienced campaigners aiming for recalls.
Man-of-the-match Aaron Wainwright, second-row Jake Ball and centre Johnny Williams carried well, while Wales were dominant in the scrum in challenging conditions, but the attacking tempo needs to quicken up.
Wales' last win had come against Italy on 1 February, which had been followed by two defeats each against France and Ireland and losses against England and Scotland.
Wales had won both their previous matches against Georgia, with a 13-6 triumph in 2017 followed by a World Cup pool 43-14 success in Japan two years later.