DRAGONS lock Cory Hill will make his return to the Wales starting line-up in Wales’ Six Nations finale against Scotland as long as the Principality Stadium clash gets the go-ahead.

The 27-year-old will make his first international start since suffering an ankle injury in the process of scoring the key try in the win against England last February.

Hill missed the completion of the Grand Slam and then saw his World Cup dreams dashed by a leg fracture.

He made his return for the Dragons in December but suffered a hamstring injury after appearing as a sub in the Six Nations opener against Italy.

Hill is fit again and has been chosen to slot in next to Alun Wyn Jones in the boilerhouse  after Jake Ball suffered a shoulder injury in the loss to the English at Twickenham last weekend.

Dragons back row forward Ross Moriarty retains his starting place at blindside with regional teammate Leon Brown on the bench.

Sale tighthead WillGriff John will make his Test debut while Rhys Webb gets the nod at scrum-half.

The game is currently set to go ahead in Cardiff after the two other Super Saturday clashes were postponed because of coronavirus.