Fiji Airways Flying Fijians Coach, John McKee says the players are very proud of representing the country and they really want to put in a performance that makes the whole nation proud against Wales on Wednesday.
McKee says the more they get closer to game day, the focus becomes more on the performance, accuracy, and work-rate within the game.
He adds that Wales will be familiar with alot of their players especially with Semi Radradra and Josua Tuisova and he expects Wales to use their rush defence to try and cut off their ball supply.
McKee says they will take some confidence and momentum out of their Georgia's game but at the same time realise that Wales match will be another step-up.
Fiji is currently third in Pool D with 7 points, Wales is second with 9 points while Australia is in the lead with 11 points.
It’s a straightforward path for Wales to the next stage ― beat Fiji on Wednesday and they’re through to the quarters.
Fiji will face Wales at 9.45pm this Wednesday.
South Africa will take on Canada at 10.15pm tomorrow.