Rugby World Cup 2019: Fiji v Wales (Wed)

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Wales will want to procure Rugby World Cup quarter-final eligibility when they confront Fiji in Oita on Wednesday.
After victories over Australia and Georgia, a third consecutive win will guarantee Wales be to win Group D using Uruguay and hit the knockout stages.
Wales coach Warren Gatland has made two back-row changes in the team who defeated Australia.
While Aaron Wainwright who falls to the substitutes bench is replaced by Ross Moriarty, james Davies comes in at openside flanker for the relaxed Justin Tipuric.
Davies joins brother Jonathan Davies in the Wales starting side for a time and the the first event in a World Cup.
The duo turned into Welsh brothers pair to perform at a World Cup game after Richard and Paul Moriarty at 1987 and also Scott and Craig Quinnell in 1999.
Moriarty lines upward at number eight after making two substitute looks so much while Josh Navidi switches to blindside flanker.
Saracens prop Rhys Carre is the change on the replacements bench with Nicky Smith falling out of the squad.
From neglecting a head injury assessment after recovering fly-half Dan Biggar starts.
In their final pool match of the tournament, Fiji have made you modification on the side who beat Georgia 45-10. Edinburgh amount eight Viliame Mata replaces.
Fiji have undergone a tournament that was mixed in their opening match.
Wales: L Williams; North, Jonathan Davies, Parkes, Adams; Biggar, G Davies; Wyn Jones, Owens, Francis, Ball, Alun Wyn Jones (C), Navidi, James Davies, Moriarty.
Replacements: Patchell, Carre Lewis Wainwright Williams, Watkin.
Fiji: Murimurivalu; Tuisova, Nayacalevu, Botia, Radradra; Volavola, Lomani; Maafu, S Matavesi, Saulo, Cavubati, Nakarawa, Waqaniburotu (C), Kunatani, Mata.
Replacements: Dolokoto, Mawi Ratuniyarawa Matawalu, Vatubua, J Matavesi.
Officials: Referee: Jerome Garces (France); Assistant referees: Romain Poite (France), Karl Dickson (England); TMO Ben Skeen (New Zealand).
Wales head coach Warren Gatland:Fiji have some excellent people.
They have got some actual dangers, and weve only got to make sure we concentrate on ourselves. It is going to be a tight game.
Theyre dangerous, therefore weve made to make sure we closed their space down and shut their time on their ball and defend nicely.
It important we begin well and take just a bit of the excitement away from Fiji.
Its their last game and I am sure they need to complete on a high and we do not want them to spoil the celebration for us
Fiji head coach John McKee:Whatever happens in the match it is in our own hands and thats exactly what our focus is. We all know that, to place at the best performance that we could against a great team like Wales, we will have to be on top of the game.
We enjoy momentum and confidence out of the Georgia game however, at exactly the same time, realise that the Welsh match will be a step upward.
These boys are very pleased of representing their nation and they would like to put in a performance which makes the whole country proud of this group.
Fijians are incredibly enthusiastic about their rugby as well as their national team and a success would literally halt the country for another couple of days as everybody sees.
Set within parkland just out Oita City, Oita Stadium, also referred to as the Oita Bank Dome, will sponsor five Rugby World Cup 2019 matches.
New Zealand, Canada, Australia and USA have played at the place.
It is the World Cup venue having a power of 40,000 on the southern island of Kyushu and hosted on three games in the 2002 football World Cup finals.
The scene has a retractable dome roof with roof system powered by means of a wire traction system. The roof is going to be closed for the World Cup matches and led into managing problems that are slippery and conditions when All Blacks beat Canada.
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