The Fiji Airways Flying Fijians have got a few days to polish up on a few weaknesses in the team such as their defence, attack and mostly their discipline.
Flying Fijians coach, John McKee stressed that they have put a lot of work over the years to get their penalty count down but more work needs to be done.
McKee says they cannot have the same disciplinary issues in the Rugby World Cup, which can surely cost them a match.
The team will be leaving the country for Japan this afternoon where they will spend their first 5 days in Akira City where they will fine tune a few key area before the Rugby World Cup begins on the 20th of this month.
Fiji is pooled with Australia, Wales, Georgia and Uruguay.
Fiji will play Australia in their first pool match at 4.45pm on the 21st of this month.