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Fiji's Jasa Veremaluwa :WRFiji's Jasa Veremaluwa :WRFIJI Airways 7s team is worthy of winning the Rugby World Cup Sevens tomorrow at the AT&T Stadium.


The team has shifted gear from somewhat a shabby first half performance against Japan on the day one of competitions to a more dominating form in the quarterfinal against Argentina, who they obliterated 43-7.


And with the form, they sure look to be the team to beat after having displayed tactical and technical rugby, the very game plan coach Gareth Baber had worked for weeks.

Fiji will take on the might’s of the reigning World Cup Champions New Zealand in the Cup semifinal on Sunday.

New Zealand beat France in a squeaker 12-7 win as the all blacks played with 6 players for most of the first half.

Leone Nakarawa said the two one sided wins counts for nothing come the final day.

“That game is done now. I think the boys played really well, but we are not underestimating any team right now,” he said.

“We are just doing what we are told to do by the coach and working on our basic skills. We are working on our set piece and small technical things, so we can counter the opposition.

“Going up to the third day, it is important to start well. It’s up to the individual and the team to stay focused – it is all about mental focus now.”

The Blitzboks will play England, who outlasted the USA 24-19 in an extra-time thriller.

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