Fiji and Tonga are well aware of each others strengths going into this afternoon's Oceania Junior Trophy decider in Suva.
The traditional rivals are unbeaten so far after comprehensive victories against Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu.
The Tongan team have identified Fiji's skillful backline as their biggest weapon while Fiji assistant coach Keli Leawere says Tonga's gameplan is no secret.
"Tonga will be a physical team - they've got a few big boys. We know it won't be an easy game. Yes, we've got a good backline. As long as the forwards win the set pieces and get the ball for the backs [we will be ok]. If not then it will be a hard day at the office for the backs. The team that makes less mistakes and keeps the ball will come out victorious."
The winner of today's final round-robin match will qualify for next year's second tier Junior World Trophy in Zimbabwe.