The Welsh failed to pick up a try bonus point in their 33-7 victory over Italy but gained a losing bonus point in their narrow 21-16 defeat at the hands of the English.
They now take on a Scottish team who won their first Championship opener since 2006 with a thrilling victory over Ireland before losing narrowly at the Stade de France with a spirited performance.
And key to that win over the Irish was a cleverly-worked lineout move that saw Alex Dunbar cross from close range - with Wales forwards coach McBryde only too aware of the creativity employed by Scotland coach Vern Cotter.
He said: "They will be ready for us. It is normally a fast game and the breakdown is always a keenly contested one. All of the back row are very effective on, and over, the ball.
"They have always got one or two things up their sleeves, we saw that at lineout time in their first game against Ireland."
McBryde is aware of the attacking weapons Scotland have at their disposal, with Finn Russell and Stuart Hogg among the form players, Scotland make for a dangerous side and he believes they will be in a positive frame of mind come game day.
McBryde said: "They will be heartened and they will take a lot of confidence from the first two matches, as we have, so it is all to play for.
"It is never easy going to BT Murrayfield and we are looking forward to a great contest again."
Robin McBryde was assistant coach with Wales during the Championship
27 March 2017, 11:19am
Wales secured wins against Italy and Ireland in the 2017 RBS 6 Nations but were beaten in Paris and Edinburgh as well as suffering defeat to England in Cardiff. Here we take a look at what lies ahead for Wales in the next 12 months.