Fife will join the squad on Monday as cover for Glasgow Warriors wing Lee Jones, who harmed his knee in the early trades of Scotland’s seven-attempt prevail upon Canada in Edmonton.
While England keep on scratching their heads at the breakdown, Gatland had quite recently watched his fifth-decision No 7 gather the man-of-the match grant against Argentina.
In a stadium where stray pooches wander the porches, James Davies burned through 80 minutes nagging the much-liked Pumas to keep Wales on course for a decisive victory.
The prior week, fourth-decision applicant Ellis Jenkins guaranteed a similar prize against South Africa – while Sam Warburton, Justin Tipuric and Josh Navidi all viewed on TV at home.
By resting his easily recognized names this mid year, Gatland set out to create profundity in front of the World Cup and, in the back-push, he could wind up with the greatest determination migraine in rugby.