The Flying Fijians and Uruguay square off tonight in a preview to their scheduled meeting in pool play at next year's Rugby World Cup.
Fiji are looking to atone for a 54-17 defeat by Scotland last weekend, while the Uruguayans suffered back to back losses against Cardiff and Ulster.
Fiji head coach John McKee said the players have been sharper in training with another week of preparation under their belts but will need to keep their discipline and focus against a physical opponent.
"It's about the performance and how we play and that way the result will look after itself," he said.
"We didn't want to focus on trying to get a big score or whatever the outcome we want to make sure that we're working on our work-ons, we're getting our game right and we'll get the result that we want."
Fiji and Uruguay have met twice before, with the Pacific Islanders winning 39-24 in 1999 and 47-15 in pool play at the 2015 World Cup.
"This test match against Uruguay takes on added importance with just under 12 months to go before we meet them in our Pool D match at Kamaishi in Rugby World Cup 2019," said McKee.
"It is very important that we put in a top performance on Saturday to set a marker for 2019."