The Fiji Under 20s rugby team are expecting a big step up against Uruguay in their second match at the Junior World Trophy.
The Baby Flying Fijians opened their campaign win a comfortable 26-7 victory over Hong Kong in Montevideo during the week, while host country Uruguay suffered a shock 20-18 defeat by Portugal.
Fiji and Uruguay have also faced off at the past two Junior World Trophy events, with the South Americans winning in 2015 and the Pacific Islanders squaring the ledger last year.
Captain Temo Mayanavanua said they won't be taking anything for granted.
"Every game is a final and every team prepared not to lose but to win, and Uruguay is the home side - we're expecting a much tougher game against Uruguay. We can only do that if we are going together, if we work together as a team," he said.
The overall winner will earn promotion to the elite Junior World Championship in 2018.