Wales coach Warren Gatland teased after team selection for Fiji match

Wales fine-tune their skills in training

The Flying Fijians final Pool D game against Wales will be a crucial one in determining whether Fiji automatically qualifies for the 2023 Rugby World Cup or will have to earn a spot through the intensive qualification process.

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"Fijians are majorly passionate about their rugby and their national teams", McKee said. It came up, and I thought it couldn't be me, but it was, so I had to do a forfeit. - Wales' 66-0 win against Fiji in 2011 remains the only time they have shut out their opponents at a Rugby World Cup - Alun Wyn Jones has now made the most tackles (162) by any player for Wales in the history of the tournament.

"That was one of the tough games we played that year. It wasn't easy back then and it's definitely not going to be easy now", the 33-year-old flanker said.

Both changes in the run-on side are in the back row with Ross Moriarty and James Davies coming in at number eight and openside flanker, with Josh Navidi switching to the blindside.

Wales are on track to win Pool D and set up a quarter-final against the loser of next weekend's clash between England and France.

Head coach Warren Gatland, who has kept most of his first choice line up together for the first two matches, has called for an explosive start "to hopefully take a little bit of that excitement away from Fiji".

Davies will be making his first World Cup appearance, joining his brother Jonathan in the lineup for the second time in their careers. We're excited to represent the country and keep this good form we're showing. "Irrelevant of the occasion, we just want to get the win mostly", said Jonathan, who will start at outside center.



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